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Virginians Security Protection Act of 2012

December 18, 2011

With the recent passage of the National Defense Authorization Bill by Congress, it is becoming more evident that the US government is waging war against the liberties and dignity of the American people.  The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been an important component of the emerging police state and appears to be setting the stage for a Marxist-Leninist coup that could bring suffocating tyranny to America.  All the insiders need is a major crisis to set the trap, and it’s likely our very “protectors” in Washington may just help facilitate the event.

“This present window of opportunity, during which a truly peaceful and interdependent world order might be built, will not be open for too long…  We are on the verge of a global transformation.  All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order.”

David Rockefeller
Speaking at the United Nations Ambassadors’ dinner September 23, 1994.

That’s why it is imperative that states like Virginia exercise their sovereign power against an overreaching federal government by codifying laws criminalizing what is already illegal and disgustingly immoral for average citizens.  The Feds assume they are above the existing and natural laws by forcefully subjecting travelers to nude x-ray scanners, unreasonable searches and sexual molestation, removing their God-given right to travel.  Therefore,  I am asking you to send this model bill to friends, tea party groups, Occupy people, state legislators and all who may offer support for freedom.    –     John K Rooney

Here is some model legislation for Virginia State Legislators to Introduce this Session regarding the despised TSA body pat down and body searches.  This bill was drafted by Aaron Bolinger, Legislative Director of the National Veterans Committee on Constitutional Affairs.

I am attending a Fredericksburg event with 8 state legislators this afternoon and I plan to give this draft legislation to every legislator who is there.  Read through this draft, please send any suggestions to me and send to YOUR state delegate and senator.  Let’s see if we can get some legislation happening in Virginia that will honor this state’s commitment to individual liberty and protect our inalienable right to be free of grievous and oppressive search and seizure.

Anna Yeisley


Virginians Security Protection Act of 2012


The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia declares and restates that the fundamental pretext of any “search” conducted within this Commonwealth must fall within the scope of the extant Constitutional constraints on government; to wit,

1.         By Article 1 of the Constitution of this Commonwealth of Virginia, “That all men are by nature equally free and independent and have certain inherent rights …” (Section 1), and;

2.         “That all power is vested in, and consequently derived from, the people …” (Section 2) and;

3.         That general warrants, whereby an officer or messenger may be commanded to search suspected places without evidence of a fact committed, or to seize any person or persons not named, or whose offense is not particularly described and supported by evidence, are grievous and oppressive, and ought not to be granted. (Section 10)


The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia declares that in certain common circumstances, “the people” of this Commonwealth are being subjected to searches of their persons and property not only absent a “general warrant” as described in Section 10 of Article 1 of our Constitution, but are being searched in their persons and property without the issuance of any warrant whatsoever; and that such unwarranted searches constitute a violation of not less than three constitutional protections that “the people” are entitled to expect from the good government of this Commonwealth.


A.  That following the adoption of this Act, any search of an individual or their possessions conducted either by touching, by electronic or other technological means, and which is conducted or attempted to be conducted without the obtaining of a warrant prior to beginning the search, and without first informing the individual of their RIGHT to refuse such search without consequence, shall be deemed an “Unlawful Search” within this Commonwealth.

B.  No citizen of this Commonwealth or citizen of any other State within this Union who is employed as a contract security guard, police officer of any jurisdiction within this Commonwealth, or officer or employee of any other federal, state or local government agency, may conduct an “Unlawful Search” on any other citizen of this Commonwealth, or any citizen of any other State within our federal Union while passing through or temporarily in this Commonwealth, for any reason or purported reason whatsoever.  This prohibition shall extend to all public places, buildings, and transportation hubs whatsoever, whereby the people of this Commonwealth and her Sister States have a reasonable expectation not to be molested by government or other such personnel.


Any person convicted of conducting an “Unlawful Search” within this Commonwealth shall be guilty of a felony, and fined not less than $25,000 and imprisoned not less than one (1) year in the State Correctional System of this Commonwealth, or both fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the jury.  In addition, the offender shall be required to pay a minimum of $10,000 to the person subjected to the Unlawful Search, such amount above that to be ascertained by the jury deciding the case on motion of the victim for a higher amount.

Any person convicted for a second felony offense of Unlawful Search shall be fined not less than $100,000, and shall be imprisoned for not less than two (2) years.  In addition, the offender shall be required to pay a minimum of $25,000 to the person subjected to the Unlawful Search.

On conviction of a third offense, such person shall be deemed guilty of a Class One Felony, and shall be imprisoned for not less than five (five) years, with no parole or early release from prison.


In adjudicating any case of “Unlawful Search,” the existence of any public law, regulation or regulations purporting to authorize such a search involving modes of “public transportation” or locations for “public gatherings” shall not be admissible as evidence as a defense to the crime.


This act shall take effect 60 days following passage by the General Assembly of this Commonwealth.

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