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Conspiracy to overthrow the Government of the United States

Mark A. Goldman                                                                    Revised: 7/10/05


The legitimate government of the United States of America has been overthrown by a cadre of elected and un-elected individuals who have conspired to vest in the Presidency more power than is authorized under the Constitution of the United States. Those who have participated in this conspiracy took an oath to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign or domestic.  They abandoned their oaths of office in order to maintain this conspiracy, and in so doing have committed treason.  This conspiracy has allowed the President to perpetrate crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and other High Crimes and Misdemeanors with impunity. 

Until these criminals are removed from power and prosecuted, the Constitution of the United States will remain diminished or suspended.  Until sovereignty is fully restored to the Constitution, We the People will be precluded from taking full responsibility for the crimes committed which we will need to do if we are to ask forgiveness, make reparations, and restore peace with those who were victimized by these unjust acts. 

For a partial list of illegal acts that have been, and/or continue to be perpetrated under this conspiracy, you may refer to the enumerated items included in the following articles of impeachment prepared by two independent legal experts. The conspiracy of which I speak has so far succeeded in discouraging or preventing members of the House of Representatives from entering appropriate articles of impeachment which are now a first necessary step in removing the guilty from office and restoring the Constitution to We the People.

Draft Impeachment Resolution Against President George W. Bush
by Francis A. Boyle, Professor of Law, University of Illinois School of Law

Draft Impeachment Resolution Against President George W. Bush
by Ramsey Clark, Former Attorney General of the United States

Additional reference:
A Coup Against the American Constitution
An Interview with Francis A. Boyle

On Citizenship

“Liberty lies in the hearts and minds of men and women;
when it dies there, no constitution, no law, no court can save it;
 no constitution, no law, no court can even do much to help it…

                                           —Judge Learned Hand


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