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SIGN THIEVES BEWARE: Woman Cited For "Tampering/Removal Of Political Signs"...

• By Jordan Conradson

Patriots in Maricopa County, Arizona, successfully busted a sign thief using a tracking device after noticing that conservative political signs in the area were being vandalized, destroyed, or stolen at an alarming rate.

The stolen sign said, "No taxes! No override. No 310," in opposition to a school budget override for Cave Creek Unified School District.

The concerned citizens were able to track the stolen sign to numerous locations, including a school in the Cave Creek Unified School District. They discovered that the sign ended up at a home near Carefree, Arizona.

Hundreds of signs have been stolen in the North Scottsdale, Carefree, and Cave Creek areas of Maricopa County this election cycle.

"We had been putting out these override signs for Cave Creek Unified School District, and the first batch was getting taken so fast, literally on the same day," said a Patriot who goes by MAGA James.

James told us that he started putting signs with GPS chips out at 7 am one day, and one of them had been stolen within a few hours. "We couldn't believe it because it was morning in broad daylight," said James.

After tracking the sign to the perpetrator's home, the Scottsdale Police were called. Police later recovered the sign and issued the woman a citation.

This is punishable by a class two misdemeanor, up to four months in jail, and a $750 fine.

The Gateway Pundit obtained a copy of the citation for the sign grabber for "tampering/removal of political signs."

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Comment by PureTrust
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When government takes you to court, and the judge asks who your legal representation is, IF you state that you have no representation because you are present, and MAINTAIN this position throughout the trial, the State must accuse you without representation as well. Since the State can't get on the stand and accuse you, there is no accuser. If representation had been allowed, all kinds of people could get on the stand representing the State. Without representation, there is no accuser who can get on the stand and speak his case into the record. The attorney/prosecutor can't do it except if he is witness to the actual "crime." Case law for this - even though it is seldom used - is Trinsey v. Pagliaro -