OWON: The THEFT of asset perpetrated by the US Government is now greater than the entire US Criminal theft value, making the US Government the biggest Criminal THIEF in America.
Here’s how the government is stealing more than ever before
By Simon Black
12 August 2016
The year was 1986.
Top Gun was the #1 movie in America.
Halley’s Comet was visible with the naked eye.
Microsoft went public, instantly making Bill Gates one of the wealthiest people in the world.
And the US government took in $93.7 million through a little known authority called “Civil Asset Forfeiture”.
As you’re likely aware, Civil Asset Forfeiture is a legal process that allows the government to seize assets from private citizens without any due process or judicial oversight.
People can be deprived of their private property without ever having been even charged with a crime, let alone never having actually committed one.
The horror stories of its abuse are endless.
People who have never done anything wrong have had their life’s savings, homes, and business assets confiscated without so much as a warrant.
This constitutes theft, plain and simple.
And like most government initiatives, it started small.
Again, the statistics from 1986 show $93.7 million worth of cash and property was seized by the government.
By 2014, that figure had grown 4,667% to a whopping $4.5 billion.
Civil Forfeiture Explained
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