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Loyalty Oaths in Florida

Loyalty Oaths in Florida

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My 2006-2008 evolving essay exposing loyalty oath law violations in Florida. Send email to lawmen-subscribe@googlegroups.com to stay up to date.
My 2006-2008 evolving essay exposing loyalty oath law violations in Florida. Send email to lawmen-subscribe@googlegroups.com to stay up to date.

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Loyalty Oaths in Florida
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Loyalty Oaths in Florida
A Petition for Redress of Grievances
A
gainst the Government of Florida
18 September 2006
by
Bob Hurt
http://bobhurt.com
All Rights Reserved.
Revised 26 June 2007, 2 October 2007, 29 December 2007, 25 May 2008
Executive Summary

Florida\u2019s elected officials have executed bogus loyalty oaths to the constitutions because their loyalty oath documents do not bear the jurat the law requires. As a consequence every elected Florida official stands guilty of several related crimes.

This essay explores the nature of the problem, reveals associated Florida statutes, explains how to obtain oath documents from public records, suggests a method of using administrative and political process to bring the loyalty oath criminals to reason and/or justice, and proposes legislation to harmonize and correct loyalty oath requirements in both the law and state Constitution, and institute bonding of all public employees so as to guarantee remedy to the People of the state for loyalty oath violations.

In the summer of 2007 the Florida State Department Division of Elections added the jurat back to election related oath forms. But the People of Florida still have criminals at the helm of government, in all branches, for none of them properly qualified as candidates. They can repair that problem only with new elections.

Loyalty Oaths in Florida
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Table of Contents
Chapter I.
Introduction........................................................................................5
Section 1.01
Petition for Redress of Grievances Regarding Loyalty Oaths. ...5
Section 1.02
Background.................................................................................5
Section 1.03
Problems with Loyalty Oaths in Florida.................................... 8
(a)
Overview................................................................................................ 8
(b)
Consistency............................................................................................ 9
(c)
Loyalty to Whom, the Enemy?.............................................................. 9
(d)
Loyalty According to Whom?...............................................................10
(e)
The Verification Controversy...............................................................12
(f)
Verification of Credentials...................................................................13
(g)
Improvements and Consciousness of Guilt.........................................14
(h)
Enforceability.......................................................................................15
Section 1.04
How to Obtain Loyalty Oaths....................................................16
Chapter II. Proposed Legislation for Loyalty Oaths and Public Employment... 17
Section 1.05
Changes to Florida Constitution:.............................................. 17
(a)
Old Article II Section 5 (b). Public officers.--..................................... 17
(b)
New Article II Section 5 (b). Public officers and employees..............18
(c)
Old Article VI. Suffrage and Elections. SECTION 3. Oath.-..............18
(d)
New Article VI. Suffrage and Elections. SECTION 3. Oath.-............19
Section 1.06
Proposed Changes to Florida Statutes......................................19
(e)
Old Elector\u2019s Oath 97.051 Oath upon registering.\u2014...........................19
(f)
New Elector\u2019s Oath 97.051 Oath upon registering.\u2014.........................19
(g)
Old 876.05 Public employees; oath.--.................................................19
(h)
New 876.05 Public employees; oath.--.............................................. 20
(i)
New 876.051 Duty of Public Employees to Comply with Public
Employee\u2019s Oath..............................................................................................21
(j)
New 876.052 Penalty for Failure to Comply with Public Employee\u2019s
Oath 22
(k)
New 876.053 Public Employee Oath Bonds....................................... 22
(l)

New 876.054 \u2013 Public Employees Must Have Citizen Status and
Fluency in English.......................................................................................... 23
(m) New 876.055 \u2013 Human resources departments, Governor, and Chief
Justice Must Verify Credentials..................................................................... 24

(n)
New 92.525 (5) Verification of documents; perjury by false written
declaration, penalty.--.................................................................................... 24
(o)
Old 350.05 Oath of office [Florida Public Services Commission, part
of Legislative Branch].--................................................................................. 24
(p)
New 350.05 Oath of office [Florida Public Services Commission, part
of Legislative Branch].--................................................................................. 25
Chapter III.
Loyalty Oath Project.................................................................... 25
Section 1.07
Overview................................................................................... 25
Section 1.08
Basic Steps - Consult Your Attorney........................................ 26
Section 1.09
The Notice and Demand Cycle - Consult Your Attorney:........ 28
Chapter IV.
Summary and Conclusion.............................................................31
Loyalty Oaths in Florida
Page 3 of 97
ChapterV. Appendices.......................................................................................33
Appendix 01 Laws and Rules Regarding Oaths; Violation Penalties........... 34
(a)
U.S. Constitution................................................................................. 34
(i)
Article IV, Section 4 \u2013 The States.................................................... 34
(ii)
Article VI \u2013 Legal Status of Constitution........................................ 34
(b)
Florida Constitution............................................................................ 34
(i)
Article II General Provisions. SECTION 5. Public officers.\u2014........ 34
(ii)
Article VI. Suffrage and Elections. SECTION 3. Oath.-................ 35
(c)
United States Code.............................................................................. 35
(i)
4 USC \u00a7 101. Oath by members of legislatures and officers............ 35
(ii)
4 USC \u00a7 102. Same; by whom administered................................... 35
(iii) 5 USC \u00a7 3301. Oath of Office.......................................................... 35
(d)
Florida Statutes................................................................................... 35
(i)
876.05 Public employees; oath.--................................................... 35
(ii)

876.06 Discharge for refusal to execute......................................... 36 (iii) 876.07 Oath as prerequisite to qualification for public office. ...... 36 (iv) 876.08 (Oath) Penalty for not discharging.--................................ 36 (v)

876.09 (Oath) Scope of law.--........................................................ 36 (vi) 876.10Falseoath;penalty.--...........................................................37 (vii) 92.50 Oaths, affidavits, and acknowledgments; who may take or

administer; requirements.--........................................................................37
(viii)

92.51 Oaths, affidavits, and acknowledgments; taken or
administered by commissioned officer of United States Armed Forces.-- 38
(ix) 92.52 Affirmation equivalent to oath.--......................................... 39

(x)
92.525 Verification of documents; perjury by false written

declaration, penalty.--................................................................................ 39 (xi) 97.051Oathuponregistering.\u2014.....................................................40 (xii) 97.052 Uniform statewide voter registration application.--.......... 40 (xiii)

350.05 Oath of office [Florida Public Services Commission, part
of Legislative Branch].--..............................................................................41
(xiv)

99.021 Form of candidate oath.--................................................41 (xv) 105.031 Qualification; filing fee; candidate's oath; items required to be filed.--..................................................................................................... 43 (xvi)

99.061 Method of qualifying for nomination or election to
federal, state, county, or district office.--................................................... 44
(xvii)
104.011 False swearing; submission of false voter registration
information.--............................................................................................. 46
(xviii) 839.18 Penalty for officer assuming to act before qualification.--
46
(xix)
843.0855 Criminal actions under color of law or through use of
simulated legal process.--............................................................................47
(e)
The Florida Bar.................................................................................... 48
(i)

Rules Regulating The Florida Bar................................................... 48 1) 2 Bylaws Of The Florida Bar 2-2 Membership Bylaw 2-2.1 Attaining Membership \u2013......................................................................................... 48 2) 3 Rules Of Discipline 3-4 Standards Of Conduct Rule 3-4.7 Oath \u2013

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