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Privacy Policy Concerning Criminal Activity

Nothing you say or transmit to us in any way is private where it violates the Laws of the United States or State of Oklahoma or other regulatory rule. Criminal Threats of any kind, to include quid pro quo or unlawful suggestions to violate 21 O.S. 21-837, 21-837, or 21-839.1 which is published upon the Internet or other public view affords our right to legal notice and full response. Such response, citing criminal code and Federal Law, is not for 'advertising' purposes, and fall under 22 O.S. §22-31, §22-32, and §22-33 in concert with 76 O.S. §76-1, §76-6, §76-8 rule, protected speech per 'all necessary force' (76 O.S. §76-9) and Oklahoma Constitution Article II §II-3 and §II-22.

Any failure to understand this or jurisdiction made in your communication or contact per 21 O.S. §21-1305 to include any threat or blackmail or other suggested actual or threatened wrongdoing or property taking shall be themed in each act a separate count of 21 O.S. §21-1304 criminal condut. Regard the Oklahoma Antiterrorism Act, felony nature of a 'Terrorist Hoax', and Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act (21 O.S. §21-1952) for details on 'property' which you are not authorized to use, advertise, or review without compliance to the 'fair use' and existing customer registry of this company.

False reviews, threats to intimidate the general public, labor, or other companies themed 'employers' in Business-to-Business and INTERSTATE COMMERCE and Intrastate Commerce monopolies of the State of Oklahoma and other States, and in International Trade and unfair business practices defined by the Uniform Code of Commerce (UCC) and other International Laws, do not afford you privacy in such conduct to disrupt or damage business, carry out harassment or stalking of employees or their families or other workers for association with this firm, and waive your right to privacy entirely in any such act or participation in any such act, as described in 76 O.S. §76-3 and §76-4 scope of liability and civil damages, criminal charges, and/or felony activity.

Customer privacy which is not a component of the prior activity is protected by ordinary law; and participation in the prior activity is made at the sole determination of the firm based on prior licensed Private Investigation, evidence, and a pattern of criminal conduct themed RACKETEERING in 18 U.S.C. §1961 and Hobbs Act Violations now under formal criminal complaint as of December 15 2021 per 18 U.S.C. §1951, United States Federal Law.

Foreign jurisdiction of your legal or real person is no defense against these acts carried out against this firm, its employees, their families, property - both real and intangible property, and subject the full measure of all legal defense (22 O.S. §22-31) which may arise through direct action or boycott or any act of our partner companies and businesses, friendly governments, and foreign nations equally opposed to the conduct themed to be human trafficking and unfair busienss practices barred by most civilized nations.

Use of the name of our employees or their family or direction to their real or legal person to make commercial claims is a CRIME in the State of Oklahoma. Citation of civil and criminal wrongdoing in first person witness of information themed 5 U.S.C. §556(d) testimony against false claims and fraud published elsewhere to damage the firm or its commercial activity is NOT PROTECTED BY PRIVACY and not for advertising use. This means you will be cited and called out for false claims, prior threats, extortion activity in overt acts, blackmail activity in overt acts, and other overt acts which constitute prima facie the wrongdoing act which State and Federal Justice Departments may choose to seek indictment for or prosecute. Failure of STATE OR FEDERAL JUSTICE to act does not warrant silence in STATE OF OKLAHOMA per Article II section II-3 and II-22. Do not engage in such conduct with any belief in a right to privacy against information given by this firm or its employees to the public or public notice. Laws in your jurisdiction do not void laws in our jurisdiction for your prior offense in our jurisdiction, or grant immunity or special rights to suspend common law and Statutory law or Constitutional Law in the State of Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Chickasaw Nation, or United States.


    §21-837. Intimidating laborers.
    Every person who, by use of force, threats or intimidation, prevents or endeavors to prevent any hired foreman, journeyman, apprentice, workman, laborer, servant or other person employed by another, from continuing or performing his work, or from accepting any new work or employment, or induces such hired person to relinquish his work or employment, or to return any work he has in hand, before it is finished, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Every person who, by use of force, threats, or intimidation, prevents or endeavors to prevent any farmer or rancher from harvesting, handling, transporting or marketing any agricultural products, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

    R.L.1910, § 2396; Laws 1968, c. 213, § 1, emerg. eff. April 23, 1968.

    §21-838. Intimidating employers.
    Every person who, by use of force, threats or intimidation, prevents or endeavors to prevent another from employing any person, or to compel another to employ any person, or to force or induce another to alter his mode of carrying on business, or to limit or increase the number of his hired foremen, journeymen, apprentices, workmen, laborers, servants or other persons employed by him, or Oklahoma Statutes - Title 21. Crimes and Punishments Page 209 their rate of wages or time of service, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

    R.L. 1910, § 2397.

    §21-839.1. Right of privacy - Use of name or picture for advertising without consent - Misdemeanor.
    Any person, firm or corporation that uses for the purpose of advertising for the sale of any goods, wares or merchandise, or for the solicitation of patronage by any business enterprise, the name, portrait or picture of any person, without having obtained, prior or subsequent to such use, the consent of such person, or, if such person is a minor, the consent of a parent or guardian, and, if such person is deceased, without the consent of the surviving spouse, personal representatives, or that of a majority of the deceased's adult heirs, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

    Laws 1965, c. 431, § 1, emerg. eff. July 9, 1965.

    §21-1304. Letters - Mailing threatening or intimidating letters.
    Any person who shall send, deliver, mail or otherwise transmit to any person, or persons, in this state any letter, document or other written or printed matter, anonymous or otherwise, designed to threaten or intimidate such person or persons, or designed to put him or them in fear of life, bodily harm or the destruction of his or their property, shall be deemed guilty of committing a felony, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than Fifty Dollars ($50.00) nor more than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), and by imprisonment in the county jail or State Penitentiary for a period of not less than ninety (90) days nor more than one (1) year.

    Added by Laws 1923-24, c. 2, p. 3, § 4. Amended by Laws 1997, c. 133, § 338, eff. July 1, 1999; Laws 1999, 1st Ex.Sess., c. 5, § 232, eff. July 1, 1999.

    NOTE: Laws 1998, 1st Ex.Sess., c. 2, § 23 amended the effective date of Laws 1997, c. 133, § 338 from July 1, 1998, to July 1, 1999.

    §21-1305. County Attorney - Sheriff - Duties under act.
    It is hereby made the duty of the district attorney and sheriff and peace officers of each county of this state to diligently prosecute any violations of this act; and failure or neglect to diligently prosecute any violations of this act shall be a cause for removal from office, and shall disqualify such officer from holding any office of profit or trust within the State of Oklahoma, and it shall be the duty of the Attorney General to file information and complaint against any peace officer, district attorney or sheriff who shall fail or neglect to diligently prosecute all violations of this act.

    Laws 1923-24, c. 2, p. 3, § 5.