How to Protect Your Assets From Government Thieves
It is a well established fact that federal, state and local law enforcement regularly engage in criminal activity and can and will violate your rights and steal your property. There are some things you can do to reduce your risks.
1. Never carry significant amounts of cash or a prepaid debit or credit card. If you have to move large amounts of cash hire an armored courier to do it.
2. Don't drive an expensive newer vehicle. Better to buy an older vehicle, make the body look a little junky but rebuild everything else to better than new. You will have a better vehicle for less that is not likely to be stolen. Avoid Interstate highways deemed drug corridors in states without protections against illegal civil forfeiture.
3. Move to a state with laws to protect against illegal civil forfeiture.
4. When traveling wear a masonic ring. They are available on Aliexpress or Ebay for a few dollars. Many cops are Masons and are less likely to steal from a fellow mason. Put a masonic sticker on your vehicle and one from your local police benevolent association. Learn the secret Masonic handshake in case a cop wants to test you.
5. Don't give rides to anyone who might have drugs or more than $500 on them or let them into your house. If renting a building or office space make sure that tenants indemnify you against civil forfeiture they are a target of and prohibit the presence of drugs and large amounts of cash.
6. Educate employees, family and friends about civil forfeiture.
7. Don't vote for politicians who support civil forfeiture.
8. Know your rights and defend them.