The Mules deliver their State of California Government Claim to Sacramento

The Mules delivered to Sacramento the following claim against the State of California and its enforcement agency, the California Highway Patrol, for our unlawful and illegal arrest on January 23, 2020, for allegedly failing to obey a lawful order.

The purpose of the Mules filing this claim is to protect the Mules legal right to the use of the public thoroughfare. Without access to a strong healthy public thoroughfare, the Mules ages old nomadic way of life will come to an end. The energy of our ancestors who have roamed and wandered across this earth for thousands of years is harbored and available for our use. We will use it in this dimension and all others in which we may find ourselves to preserve this sacred way of life for ourselves and those who will inevitably follow.

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9 thoughts on “The Mules deliver their State of California Government Claim to Sacramento”

  1. Thank you for your courageous and outstanding devotion to our amazing Mother Earth and to all of her inhabitants! Your message is crucial and your delivery is unique…may you remain free of all pests in uniform and otherwise!

  2. It was my privilege to meet you today in Morgan Hill. I’m glad I took a few moments to meet you and when I got home I looked up your website that is stenciled on the green case on your mule! I wish I’d know the back story when I met you. Safe travels as you head to SD and I hope to see you on your Spring trip thru MH💕

  3. Thank you so much for stopping by in Sunnyvale. You are welcome here. As Kathee above says, Walk in Peace.
    Love,
    Victoria

  4. Hello, I saw you and your lovely mules on El Camino Real in Mountain View last evening. I posted on Nextdoor and was able to find your website. I admire your strength and determination. You brightened my day immensely. Good luck out there and take good care! I hope to see you again.

  5. It was nice to see you and the mules walking down San Pablo Avenue near my neighborhood. I said, “You don’t see that these days anymore.” Then I looked up your website and read about you. Good luck on your journeys and may the light shine upon you.

  6. It was nice to see you and the mules walking down San Pablo Avenue near my neighborhood. I said to you you don’t see that often these days anymore. Then I looked up your website and read about you. Good luck on your journeys and may the light shine upon you.

  7. I read about you today on Facebook. I understand you walked down a road very near to me in Folsom, Ca. I’m sorry I missed you.
    It’s very sad that you need to remind our government of the rights of the people they are elected or hired to serve and protect.
    It doesn’t feel like that’s what they have in mind these days.
    Anyway, I just wanted to say good luck to you and may you all be well.
    Walk in peace.
    From my heart,
    Kathee

  8. I read about you today on Facebook. I understand you walked down a road very near to me. I’m sorry I missed you.
    It’s very sad that you need to remind our government of the rights of the people they are elected or hired to serve and protect.
    It doesn’t feel like that’s what they have in mind these days.
    Anyway, I just wanted to say good luck to you and may you all be well.
    Walk in peace.
    From my heart,
    Kathee

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