Monday, April 25, 2022

Bonta Knows State Citizens Dwell in California Who Have Not Waived Any God Given Constitutionally Protected Rights

Jones, Jane                                                                                      

c/o #### Street

City, California                                                           #### #### #### #### #### (certified mail #)



25 April 2022



Attorney General Bonta

CA Department of Justice

PO Box 944255

Sacramento, CA 94244-2550

Re: Judge Mizelle’s ruling against masks when traveling


Dear Attorney General Bonta:

You Sir knew that you had state Citizens dwelling here who have not waived any God Given Constitutionally Protected Rights even before the April 18th ruling allowing citizen-slaves to remove masks when traveling.  Being in the field of law, you either knew or should have known that there were no legal words on paper compelling people to smother themselves, yet with all my letters to you, you consistently stood back allowing those in charge around me to mistreat me. You need to publicly speak out against tyrant groups such as the County of Los Angeles Public Health.  They have not updated their Travel Guidance and are still making it difficult for travelers who never waived their Rights in the first place.

Because of your education, responsibilities, and duties, you either knew or should have known that mask regulations, no matter what they were called, were established from interpretive rulemaking rather than the lawful Notice and Comment route.  Together with this, you knew I demanded all of my Rights at all times and have expected you to inform those below you.  Yet, Californian authorities at airports and bus drivers are still ignorant.

Having said all of that, the next time illegal “regulations” come into play where citizen-slaves are told what to do, please already have protocols in placethrough having informed those below you such as local policefor state Citizens who have not waived their Rights. On the occasion agents of the government and the for-profit CDC institute propaganda and heavy-handedness, travelers in California choosing not to follow illegal rules (as with the masks) that they see as harmful to their health, would appreciate alternatives already in place.  Protocols for any conveyance related to public traveling needs to have a method assuring easy movement for those who do not waive their Rights, otherwise you unlawfully go against Miranda vs. Arizona, 384 US 436, “Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them,” and Marbury vs. Madison, 5 US (1803), “All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.”

Responsible men and women who do not need to be parented and have the lawful paperwork placing them in the realm of being free to advance decisions for wellbeing by choosing to not cover this nostril, that nostril, simultaneously with this mouth, for example, would appreciate a way to communicate with all appropriate personnel—no matter what the intended power over travelers was to be. 

Last time, the police got strong-armed into following illegal words on paper.   Many problems occurred because travelers were not heard.  Please train officials in California to know that not everyone is under the authority of those words on paper, even when the rulemaking is legal.  Notice the envelope this post arrived in.  It got to you outside the UNITED STATES and the jurisdiction of voluntary servitude.

 Please place this correspondence, along with the envelope, firmly and securely in my Administrative File. Thank you.


Given under my hand,


Jones, Jane

This link will eventually be updated. But note that an important ruling occurred on April 18th and it is being ignored by the tyrants of LA.


Updated March 18, 2022

Significant Updates

  • 3-21-22: Updated to align with CDC statement that persons who have tested positive for COVID-19 may not travel for a full 10 days after their symptoms started (or after the date of the first positive test if they had no symptoms).

COVID-19 remains a threat to our local and global community. Travelers should make sure that they are up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, meaning they are fully vaccinated and received their booster dose, if eligible, prior to travel. Travelers should continue to take precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19 such as masking, physical distancing,

 Added 5/18/2023:

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