25 years in the making!!! Thanks Governor Ventura for being brave enough to lay the groundwork!

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It's a plant that should never have been criminalized.

People should act responsibly with this new freedom, however.

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Aug 12·edited Aug 18

Dear Jesse,

I listened to your interview with Graham Bensinger and I understood you would like to try a case against the United States for breach of Amendment IV of the US Constitution. Amendment IV states

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized”.

This amendment states that no person shall be unduly searched or seized except by probable cause supported by oath or affirmation. You claim that you suffered mental anguish and emotional distress as as a result of being frisked at an airport on multiple occasions and are seeking punitive and compensatory damages both past, present and future.

My name is Ryan Frost and I am a Personal Litigant in the King’s Bench and a Pro Se lawyer in the District Court of the United States. I will be happy to review your case and submit a writ or petition depending on the jurisdiction in which you choose to try your case. My background in law started when an individual on the US-Mexico border solicited legal services to me at my mother’s funeral to probate her estate and the estate of her father, my grandfather Rene Pernoud. Once he became executor of my grandfather’s will and administrator of my mother’s estate he would not distribute the assets and was subsequently removed after a period of six years. Mr. Edward Ciccone himself was a failed attorney and crackpot lawyer that specialized in cocaine law and lost a large amount of cases for his clients.

Besides my interest in law I have been an avid reader of Tom Clancy and various conspiracy theories since I was a minor. My favorite book by Tom Clancy is Rainbow Six and for a period in 2004 I was ranked #1 in the world alongside my friend Anarchy519 in an online game called Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow. My gamertag was Ryowolf and I was 14 at the time. Through my experience with running and operating a clan I learned that it is possible to be the best in the world by facilitating strong feedback and interaction with your friends and teammates. My job in the game was to extract a green vial from the enemy Mercenaries and escape unharmed in a 2v2 competition and then switch sides and protect the same green vial from Spies. It was lots of fun and it was also very stressful balancing my relationship with Anarchy519 while we struggled to perform the mission for the game. Thankfully it paid off because we became world leaders and achieved the #1 and #2 spot for global ranking. Thereafter at 16-years-old only two years later I watched building 7 come down on YouTube and further dedicated my life to exposing the truth of the attack on the world trade center buildings. My perspective on the attack saw me committed to a psychiatric hospital because a doctor found that I had trouble discerning reality from delusion. That is when the aforesaid Mr. Ciccone stole my assets. Fortunately I proved them wrong by asserting myself and studying law on a private basis and I’m happy to say that I have uncovered the truth about courts and the various mechanisms that hold our society together.

At first glance it seems you have a Prima Fascia case against the United States of America and I would be happy to discuss it with you and see what type of resolution you are seeking. Moreover, I would ask you if the mental anguish or emotional distress you suffered impacted your professional life to the point where you felt as though you couldn’t perform your duties and suffered economic loss as a result thereof.

I can be reached domestically at (631) 932-2020 and internationally at +44 7760 100907. My email address is rmfrost@gmx.com or ryanfrostaec@icloud.com whichever you prefer. Furthermore, I will not ask you for any money other than court filing fees. If you choose to try your case in the UK the cost is £201 to issue a Writ of Summons in the High Court. You also have the option of trying your case in the US by filing an Original Petition, however the fee varies depending on which county and which court you decide to try your case in. For example, the Superior Court of California charges $435 to initiate a case with damages exceeding $25,000. It is your choice where you want to file it. Although bear in mind that the court will need to determine if it has subject matter jurisdiction. If you did try your case in the UK I would argue that New England was a British colony before a violent revolution took place and therefore the court has jurisdiction and venue is mandatory.

Please do not hesitate to call me if you feel as though you aught to prosecute your claim under the 4th Amendment of the Constitution. The law is clear in what it states that the right against unreasonable searches shall not be violated without probable cause supported by oath. I can’t see the courts upholding searches and seizures at US airports after the judge and jury is briefed on the substantive and material evidence of your case.

Excuse me for not emailing this directly to you as I do not have your email address, so I will simply leave this as an open letter on your substack.

Truly yours,

Ryan Frost

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Your the man. So are you running for President?

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Congratulations Sir, I salute you.

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What is not good for your son can't be good for your State

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