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Hamrick Senate Private Bill

Hamrick Senate Private Bill

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A PRIVATE BILL
110th Congress

1st Session
S.___________
For the relief of Don Hamrick

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
DATE:____________________
Senator MARK PRYOR of Arkansas introduced the following bill;
A PRIVATE BILL
For the relief of Don Hamrick
Ex justa causa fiat justitia ruat coelum.
(Latin, From just cause let justice be done though the heavens fall asunder.)
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in
Congress assembled,
Ex malis moribus bonae leges natae sunt,(Latin, Out of bad practices good laws are born) is the
fundamental purpose for this Private Bill.

This Private Bill involves claims against the United States by Don Hamrick, an Able Seaman of the U.S. Merchant Marine for which all available judicial and administrative remedies have wrongfully been denied.

WARNING:
Don Hamrick has filed a human rights complaint against the United States for corruption of justice
with the INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, Petition No. 1142-06.
THIS PRIVATE BILL IS EVIDENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
FOR THE INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS.
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Don Hamrick\u2019s Definition of Injustice:

The wrongful acts of the judicial and executive branches of the U.S. Government prohibiting the individual citizen from enforcing his statutory, civil, constitutional, and human rights.

\u201cIf everywhere I turn for remedies as a matter of statutory, civil, constitutional and human rights and I am denied those remedies at each and every step then it stands to reason that unenforceable rights are not rights at all but only revocable or deniable privileges, the illusion of rights. The ultimate remedy therefore becomes civil disobedience, rebellion, rioting, or open civil war for freedom. But for want of an educated public we must suffer this injustice.\u201d

The Plaintiff, Don Hamrick.
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