Sheriffs Duties

What does a common law Sheriff do? Why do we need Sheriffs?

In this interview, Mack details the action steps you can take to make sure your sheriff is safeguarding your Constitutional rights and protecting your civil liberties against unlawful government overreach.

In this interview, Mack details the action steps you can take to make sure your sheriff is safeguarding your Constitutional rights and protecting your civil liberties against unlawful government overreach.

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The following description has been edited from the original to conform to Australia’s Constitutional Common Law requirements:

  • Your local sheriff is in charge of enforcing the laws laid down by your community Common Law Assembly Bylaws and its courts. If you do not have a sheriff who knows the Constitution and adheres to it, you could end up at the mercy of tyrannical government officials
  • One area where your local sheriff might end up playing a crucial role is if they roll out forced COVID-19 vaccinations. Were rules or laws enacted saying you must get vaccinated or be barred from various locations, your sheriff can refuse to enforce them, and in fact your sheriff can even arrest anyone who tries to enforce unlawful edicts issued by criminal politicians
  • Your sheriff should safeguard your Constitutional rights and protect your civil liberties against unlawful government overreach. Many, however, lack the proper training
  • If enough people get involved, we can create Constitutional Assemblies and take back Australia, region by region, one sheriff at a time. Eventually, all the police forces will be on the same page as well, and will no longer enforce unlawful, unconstitutional orders, whatever they might be