Did you know there’s a movement afoot to remove the power and authority of the sheriff in the U.S. East Coast, or that there are no sheriffs in AK, HI, or CT?
Richard Mack is the former sheriff of Graham County, AZ who challenged the Brady Bill all the way to the Supreme Court and won a landmark victory for state sovereignty. Sheriff Mack tirelessly gives radio interviews and talks to groups nationwide about the loss of personal freedoms and liberty that were originally granted under the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Mack is spearheading efforts to train sheriffs in every state about the specific nature of the Constitutional oath that they gave when took office and how it applies at the local law enforcement level. He is planning a nationwide convention for sheriffs to take place in Las Vegas NV in Jan. 2012 (specific dates and venue location not yet determined). More information, including donation links, can be found on his RichardMack.com and CSPOA.org websites.
Click here to listen to an excerpt of Sheriff Mack’s interview with Rayelan Allan that was conducted on May 6, 2009.
To book Richard Mack:
Phone: (830) 456-9547
No Sheriff Left Behind represents a concerted effort to make sure that every sheriff in the country has received a copy of “The County Sheriff: America’s Last Hope.”
Oregon State Sheriffs’ Association Grant County
Sheriff Glenn Palmer was appointed Sheriff of Grant County in November of 2000 and began his elective term in January of 2001.
United Nations ambassador says Grant County’s ‘U.N.-free zone’ is ‘not grounded in reality’
Published: Friday, February 11, 2011
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Thomas J. “Tom” Dart is the current Sheriff of Cook County, Illinois. His department is the second largest in the United States after the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. In October 2008, Dart made national news when he announced that he was suspending all foreclosure evictions in Cook County. The number of such evictions had increased dramatically since 2006 as a result of the national subprime mortgage crisis.