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A Peaceful Letter To Governor Sununu Declaring That the Signatories Must Be Immediately Released From The Unjustified Detention Which They Have Been Placed Under By Way Of The Unjustified Covid-19 Emergency and Executive Orders

Dear Governor Sununu and whomever it may genuinely concern,

Introduction

We, the undersigned, and future signatories, of good conscience and concern, peacefully declare that Governor Sununu must release us from the detainment, restraint, confinement, custody, and/or detention (herein summarily referred to as “detention”) which His Excellency has placed us under, by way of His Excellency’s illegal, unlawful, unconstitutional and/or unnatural or otherwise unjustified (herein summarily referred to as “unjustified”) Covid-19 emergency and executive orders (herein summarily referred to as “orders”).

We natural persons declare that we have been held in unjustified detention since approximately March 13th 2020 by way of approximately 19 Executive orders and amendments declaring, extending or amending the State of Emergency due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), AND by way of approximately 83 Emergency Orders and accompanying exhibits.

Decisions and Actions Being Challenged

Below is a list of the orders constituting unjustified detention as of Tuesday February 9, 2020. We incorporate by reference any orders missing by error and all further orders which may be signed into effect with regards to COVID-19 or variants thereof. This list is sourced from https://www.governor.nh.gov/news-and-media/covid-1...:

Executive Order 2020-04; Executive Order 2020-05; Executive Order 2020-06; Executive Order 2020-07; Executive Order 2020-08; Executive Order 2020-09; Executive Order 2020-10; Executive Order 2020-13; Executive Order 2020-14; Executive Order 2020-15; Executive Order 2020-16; Executive Order 2020-17; Executive Order 2020-18; Executive Order 2020-20; Executive Order 2020-21; Executive Order 2020-23; Executive Order 2020-24; Executive Order 2020-25; Executive Order 2021-01; Emergency Order 1; Emergency Order 2; Emergency Order 3; Emergency Order 4; Emergency Order 5; Emergency Order 6; Emergency Order 7; Emergency Order 8; Emergency Order 9; Emergency Order 10; Emergency Order 11; Emergency Order 12; Emergency Order 13; Emergency Order 14; Emergency Order 15; Emergency Order 16; Emergency Order 17; Emergency Orders 18; Emergency Order 19; Emergency Order 20; Emergency Order 21; Emergency Order 22; Emergency Order 23; Emergency Order 24; Emergency Order 25; Emergency Order 26; Emergency Order 27; Emergency Order 28; Emergency Order 29; Emergency Order 30; Emergency Order 31; Emergency Order 32; Emergency Order 33; Emergency Order 34; Emergency Order 35; Emergency Order 36; Emergency Order 37; Emergency Order 38; Emergency Order 39; Emergency Order 40; Emergency Order 41; Emergency Order 42; Emergency Order 43; Emergency Order 44; Emergency Order45; Emergency Order 46; Emergency Order 47; Emergency Order 48; Emergency Order 49; Emergency Order 50; Emergency Order 51; Emergency Order 52; Emergency Order 53; Emergency Order 54; Emergency Order 55; Emergency Order 56; Emergency Order 57; Emergency Order 58; Emergency Order 59; Emergency Order 60; Emergency Order 61; Emergency Order 62; Emergency Order 63; Emergency Order 64; Emergency Order 65; Emergency Order 66; Emergency Order 67; Emergency Order 68; Emergency Order 69; Emergency Order 70; Emergency Order 71; Emergency Order 72; Emergency Order 73; Emergency Order 74; Emergency Order 75; Emergency Order 76; Emergency Order 77; Emergency Order 78; Emergency Order 79; Emergency Order 80; Emergency Order 81; Emergency Order 82; Emergency Order 83

List of Some Specific Forms and Effects of The Detention

A list of many of the specific grievances arising from the above orders which we assert amount to detention, and from which we declare the Governor must immediately release us include but are not limited to those listed in two other rolling petitions at: 1) The "Free The People" petition found at https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/free-the-peopl..., as well as on file with Clerk Smith of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, and 2) The "Cancel Covid" petition found at https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/cancel-covid-2. These lists may not be exhaustive. A copy of these petitions and the lists within will be produced upon request.

Grounds for Asserting and Challenging the Unjustified Detention

First, New Hampshire, and it’s people, in union with twelve other colonies, unanimously declared themselves to be free and independent States on the fundamental and primordial premise that “…To secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men…” (see Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, http://www.simplifiedconstitution.com/documents/De...). With the Declaration of Independence there were simultaneously established the States and the Union, and therefore this primary premise was the purpose of the establishment of the State of New Hampshire and therefore is the foundation of our State and Constitution. However, in contradiction to this fundamental principal, Governor Sununu has placed us under detention ostensibly for the purpose of protecting only one Right from only one threat to that Right, namely life from the threat of Covid-19; at the expense of all other enumerated unalienable Rights. Relying upon the Declaration of Independence of 1776, we declare the Governors Orders to be unjustified detention.

Second, Governor Sununu has violated the New Hampshire Constitution Part First and the Bill of Rights of The United States Constitution by ignoring, dismissing and neglecting the negatives upon his power retained by the the people as Rights, and by the other branches of government as checks. He has also neglected the negative he has and should have exercised upon municipal bodies and Federal agencies who also sought to engage in unjustified detention. In summary and at a minimum, the Governor has violated Articles 1-8, 12-20, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 37 and 38 of Part First Bill of Rights of the New Hampshire Constitution as well as Amendments I, IV, V, IX, and X of the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. Relying upon Part First Bill Of Rights of the Constitution of New Hampshire and the Constitution of the United States of America, we declare the Governor’s Orders to be unjustified detention.

Third, Governor Sununu has made strained, tortured, and inappropriate interpretation and application of statutes, and has unlawfully suspended others, including but not limited to NH RSA 141-C:20-f, paragraphs II-III and IX, which would otherwise restrain his power. The Governor has relied upon a tortured and strained interpretations of RSA 4:45, III(e) and RSA 4:47, III, because of and including but not limited to: 1) The legislature itself has no authority to Suspend Constitutionally enumerated Rights, and therefore no such authority can be delegated to the Governor by any statute (i.e. law); 2) Further, the Governor’s “power” to “make, amend, suspend, and rescind” only applies to “orders, rules, and regulations”,and does not apply to statutes nor to Constitutionally enumerated Rights; 3) Lastly, the minimum standard of promoting and securing the safety and protection of the civilian population must include security of enumerated Rights. Not securing enumerated Rights is in fact antithetical to securing the safety and protection of civilians because it is by those very Rights which civilians have the ability to best promote and secure their own safety and protection. Relying upon the Governor’s tortured and strained interpretation of statutory law, we declare the Governor’s Orders to be unjustified detention.

Fourth, relying on information acquired through RSA 91-A requests made to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and the responses received, the Governor has subjected us to Public Health measures for which he has not demonstrated timely due diligence by way of securing evidence as to the short and long term safety, efficacy, and risks prior to coercive implementation of said Public Health measures. The Governor’s orders have not allowed for informed consent and have not honored bodily integrity among other things. Additionally, we hold that detention by, and use of, these dubious Public Health measures are alien and destructive to our way of life, and indeed life itself. In fact, we hold that these dubious Public Health measures amount to a style of prolonged torture (reference 1975 Amnesty International Report on Torture Revised Edition https://www.amnesty.org/download/Documents/204000/...), and may be in violation of the Nuremberg Code (reference http://www.cirp.org/library/ethics/nuremberg/). Such Public Health measures include but are not limited to: hard and soft coerced masking, soft coerced vaccines, government enabled soft coerced vaccines, and interruption of Religious worship. Relying upon Open Source and Public Information, including but not limited to that which may be found at The American Institute for Economic Research November 18, 2020 "Cost of Lockdowns: A Preliminary Report Cost of Lockdowns: A Preliminary Report (see https://www.aier.org/article/cost-of-us-lockdowns-...) & the "Great Barrington Declaration" (see https://gbdeclaration.org/), and upon our own anecdotal experience, we declare the Governor’s Orders to be unjustified detention.

Fifth, the Governor has not given any clear and definitive incidence, morbidity, mortality, or hospitalization rate which will bring his orders to an end, thereby making them ill defined. Additionally, based upon responses to RSA 91-A requests submitted to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, it appears that those advising the Governor cannot provide clear evidence that Sars-Cov-2 has been isolated, identified, or otherwise demonstrated to exist. Additionally, he has not relied upon complimentary and alternative health providers to manage individuals with mild to moderate symptoms which would have relieved the medical infrastructure from any additional demand which was the original justification of the orders. Continuation of the orders on the basis of a concern about overwhelming hospital capacity and medical resources is unsupported (reference 2020 HCR 2 on the NH General Court Website). Further, the mortality rate for Sars-Cov-2 is exceptionally low among nearly all age groups and among those without co-morbidities (reference the "Covid-19 Overview Dashboard" at https://www.nh.gov/covid19/dashboard/overview.htm), and it is entirely possible that a public health guideline emphasizing broad spectrum vitamin and mineral rich foods and supplementation (see "Vitamin D Deficiency Is Associated with COVID-19 Severity and Mortality" at https://childrenshealthdefense.org/news/vitamin-d-...), naturally acquired herd immunity, coupled with use of well known safe pharmaceuticals such as Hydroxychloroquine may have actually saved more lives and allowed us to live our normal lives, rather than establishing a repugnant “new normal” (reference The Great Barrington Declaration at https://gbdeclaration.org/). Ultimately, it appears that the Governor may only end the orders when Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna have administered and collected a profit on all of their product, a product which may no longer be used once Emergency Use Authorization has been terminated (reference "Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers" at https://www.fda.gov/media/144414/download). Preserving the EUA, and the subsequent vaccine administration, may in fact be one of the Governor’s reasons for maintaining the State of Emergency. Notably, Pfizer Inc did make campaign contributions to Governor Sununu's campaign in 2016. Additionally, there are serious health concerns about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines, and one such concern is of a potential strong inflammatory responses upon subsequent exposure to Sars-Cov-2 after vaccination (reference "Pathogenic priming likely contributes to serious and critical illness and mortality in Covid-19 via autoimmunity" at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32292901/). Relying upon the Governor's insufficient evidence to continue the orders, as well as the possibility of other less intrusive forms of mitigating Sars-Cov-2, as well as the dangers, ineffectiveness, and excessiveness of the current public health measures, we declare the Governor’s Orders to be unjustified detention.

Sixth, the Governor’s orders do not permit for religious exemptions, and only very few religious accommodations. The orders have been particularly burdensome on people of religious faith who often have more traditional values and customs, including but not limited to seeing one another’s faces, being close to one another, reliance upon cultural medicines, sharing meals with one another at places of worship, and singing and chanting during communal worship. Based upon RSA 91-A requests made to the Governor and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services it appears that religious exemptions and accommodations were likely not considered. People of Religious conscience are more traditional, all of the above issues raised place a disproportionate burden on Religious people who are now having an alien State ideology imposed upon them, and further being made to broadcast the new State ideology on a regular and daily basis just to meet their basic needs. The Governor's orders have sought to replace the remembrance of God with the remembrance of the State. These orders are infringing and interfering with what Religious people feel it means to be human. Additionally, enforcement of these orders will more likely be brought against people of Religious conscience who may practice peaceful civil disobedience or non-compliance and then be legally and financially burdened for attempting to lead their otherwise non-intrusive and peaceful Religious lives. This is a perverse attempt by the State to impose its medical-pharmceutical-technocratic ideology of germ warfare and human frailty upon the younger generations of Religious communities which might ultimately lead these younger generations away from their Religious communities and faith. Relying upon the apparent political and ideological persecution and conversion efforts by the Governor, and upon the fact that Religious Freedom is a Right of conscience and therefore unalienable because no equivalent can be received (reference Articles 4 & 5 of the NH Constitution Part First; also reference Amendment I of the United States Bill of Rights), we declare the Governor’s Orders to be Religious persecution and unjustified detention.

Relief Sought and Requested

We, the undersigned, peacefully seek the following immediate relief for the reasons stated above.

First, immediately release the signatories from this unjustified detention.

Second, immediately end the unjustified detention by rescinding the COVID-19 State of Emergency.

Third, immediately end the unjustified detention by rescinding all of the various COVID-19 Emergency Orders.

Fourth, Governor Sununu, we ask that you resign your office immediately for this unjustified and prolonged detention.

Fifth, we request that failing all other requests that there be made immediate Religious accommodations and exemptions for people of all religions, so as to end the additional persecution of and burden upon people of Religious conscience.

Conclusion, Continuity, and Commitment to Peace

We, the undersigned, of good conscience and concern hold that we have been subjected to unjustified detention by Governor Sununu’s Covid-19 Emergency and Executive Orders. We intend to continue to peacefully pursue all legal and lawful relief and release from this detention until all avenues are exhausted, and therefore preserve and reserve all rights, arguments, factual assertions, evidentiary presentations, and claims.

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