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  1. These supreme court rulings, and maxims found in Black's Law Dictionary 4th Edition explain that any action to overthrow the STATE or Government is an act of Treason as defined by law, and failing to report such an act to the Government is against the law.
  2.  
  3. (act of treason can be written) Act: An instrument in writing to verify facts. Web-
  4. ster, Dict.
  5. It is used in this sense of the published acts of assembly,
  6. congress, etc. In a sense approaching this, it has been
  7. held in trials for treason that letters and other written
  8. documents were acts; 1 Fost.Cr.Cas. 198; 2 Stark. 116.
  9. [Black's Law Dictionary 4th Eidtion Page 42]
  10.  
  11. TREASON. The offense of attempting by overt
  12. acts to overthrow the government of the state to
  13. which the offender owes allegiance; or of betray-
  14. ing the state into the hands of a foreign power.
  15. Webster.
  16. "Treason" consists of two elements: Adherence to the
  17. enemy, and rendering him aid and comfort. Cramer v.
  18. U. S., U.S.N.Y., 65 S.Ct. 918, 932, 325 U.S. 1, 89 L.Ed. 1441.
  19. In England, treason is an offense particularly directed
  20. against the person of the sovereign, and consists (1) in
  21. compassing or imagining the death of the king or queen,
  22. or their eldest son and heir; (2) in violating the king's
  23. companion, or the king's eldest daughter unmarried, or the
  24. wife of the king's eldest son and heir; (3) in levying war
  25. against the king in his realm; (4) in adhering to the king's
  26. enemies in his realm, giving to them aid and comfort in
  27. the realm or elsewhere, and (5) slaying the chancellor,
  28. treasurer, or the king's justices of the one bench or the
  29. other, justices in eyre, or justices of assize, and all other
  30. justices assigned to hear and determine, being in their
  31. places doing their offices. 4 Steph.Comm. 185-193; 4 Bl.
  32. Comm. 76-84.
  33. Treason against the United States shall consist only in
  34. levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies,
  35. giving them aid and comfort. U.S.Const. art. 3, § 3, cl. 1.
  36. See Young v. U. S., 97 U.S. 62, 24 L.Ed. 992; U. S. v.
  37. Bollman, 1 Cranch, C.C. 373, Fed.Cas.No.14,622; U. S. v.
  38. Pryor, 3 Wash.C.C. 234, Fed.Cas.No.16,096.
  39.  
  40. Constructive Treason
  41. Treason imputed to a person by law from his
  42. conduct or course of actions, though his deeds
  43. taken severally do not amount to actual treason.
  44. This doctrine is not known in the United States.
  45. High Treason
  46. In English law. Treason against the king or
  47. sovereign, as distinguished from petit or petty
  48. treason, which might formerly be committed
  49. against a subject. 4 Bl.Comm. 74, 75; 4 Steph.
  50. Comm. 183, 184, note.
  51.  
  52. Treason-felony
  53. Under the English statute 11 & 12 Vict. c. 12,
  54. passed in 1848, is the offense of compassing, devis-
  55. ing, etc., to depose her majesty from the crown;
  56. or to levy war in order to intimidate either house
  57. of parliament, etc., or to stir up foreigners by
  58. any printing or writing to invade the kingdom.
  59. This offense is punishable with penal servitude for
  60. life, or for any term not less than five years, etc.,
  61. under statutes 11 & 12 Vict. c. 12, § 3; 20 & 21
  62. Vict. c. 3, § 2; 27 & 28 Vict. c. 47, § 2. By the
  63. statute first above mentioned, the government is
  64. enabled to treat as felony many offenses which
  65. must formerly have been treated as high treason.
  66. Mozley & Whitley. [page 1672]
  67.  
  68. TREASONABLE. Having the nature or guilt of
  69. treason. [1673]
  70.  
  71. (allowing this user to stay on minds.com)
  72. AID AND COMFORT. Help; support; assistance;
  73. counsel; encouragement.
  74. As an element in the crime of treason (see Constitution
  75. of the United States, art. 3, § 3), the giving of "aid and
  76. comfort" to the enemy may consist in a mere attempt. It
  77. is not essential to constitute the giving of aid and com-
  78. fort that the enterprise commenced should be successful
  79. and actually render assistance. Young v. United States, 97
  80. U.S. 39, 62, 24 L.Ed. 992. An act which intentionally
  81. strengthens or tends to strengthen enemies of the United
  82. States, or which weakens or tends to weaken power of the
  83. United States to resist and attack such enemies. United
  84. States v. Haupt, D.C.Ill., 47 F.Supp. 836, 839. Any inten-
  85. tional act furthering hostile designs of enemies of the
  86. United States. United States v. Haupt, D.C.Ill., 47 F.Supp.
  87. 836, 839. [Page 91 of Black's Law Dictionary 4th Edition]
  88.  
  89. (plotting treason)
  90. COMPASSING. Imagining or contriving, or plot-
  91. ting. In English law, "compassing the king's
  92. death" is treason. 4 Bl.Comm. 76.
  93. [page 353]
  94.  
  95. Also see Infamous crime on page 446
  96.  
  97. MISPRISION OF TREASON. The bare knowl-
  98. edge and concealment of an act of treason or trea-
  99. sonable plot, that is, without any assent or parti-
  100. cipation therein, for if the latter elements be pres-
  101. ent the party becomes a principal. 4 Bl.Comm.
  102. 120; Pen.Code Cal. '§ 38. [page 1152]
  103.  
  104. @minds @ottman  
  105. Minds.com and anyone reading this, is required by Title 18 Misprison of Treason to report this Treason to whatever Governor & Attorney General has Jurisdiction over the @HUMANITYPARTY (where they are based out of), and or to the President of the United States.
  106. As Evidence you may use https://www.minds.com/blog/view/478028846428336128
  107. http://www.humanityparty.com/
  108. and http://truehumanityparty.com/
  109.  
  110. 18 U.S. Code § 2382 - Misprision of treason
  111. Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States and having knowledge of the commission of any treason against them, conceals and does not, as soon as may be, disclose and make known the same to the President or to some judge of the United States, or to the governor or to some judge or justice of a particular State, is guilty of misprision of treason and shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than seven years, or both. [ https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2382 ]
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