Notice and Demand is given to government officials
America's drug laws are falsely enforced. This Notice and Demand to government officials explains (with legal citations) how drug laws are to operate. This analysis shows: 1) that all drug possession is either lawful or legal throughout every inch of the United States – land, air and water; 2) that intrastate and interstate drug dealing is not criminal, but is instead regulated under administrative law, and 3) that unapproved drug dealing is criminally prohibited only in the federal areas, over which Congress legislates as a non-republic.
To best understand how drug laws are falsely enforced, listen to (and read along with) this audio presentation
This website is misnamed. Only behavior – and not objects like drugs – can be lawful or unlawful, legal or illegal. Within the fifty United States, drug possession and drug dealing are both lawful (non-criminal). Only within the federal areas is drug dealing declared unlawful. The differences between what is legal and lawful are herein explained.
Attention all law enforcers, drug defense attorneys, municipal bonding companies, malpractice insurance companies, and private prisons
Because the judicially-waged war on drugs has been enforced under false color of law, then its continued false enforcement carries many legal consequences. Linked below are specific notices to various parties, which notice them of their present and future roles in America's false drug war.
Notice to Specific Gov't Officials
Notice to Government Officials
Notice to Drug Defense Attorneys
Notice to the Media
Notice to Civil Rights and Legal Malpractice Attorneys
Notice to the Bonding Industry
Notice to Legal Malpractice Insurance Companies
Notice to Prison Companies
Letter to Fellow Americans
Letter to Political Prisoners
America's drug laws are good, but they are not followed
The national war on drugs exists -- not because of the Controlled Substances Acts and other drug statutes -- but in spite of them. These laws are written to secure people's natural and legal rights. However, because the statutes are not understood and followed, these rights have been trampled. Ironically, if the drug laws were properly enforced, then there would be no judicially-waged drug war in America. Instead people's natural right to drug possession would be respected, and disfavored drug dealers would be regulated instead of being criminally prosecuted. This is a lesson in the law book BUSTED --- A Whistleblower's Guide to the War on Drugs by Kurt St. Angelo. To look inside the book, click its cover below.