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March 30 , 2014

Florida Judge has no jurisdiction to pursue Alec Hash     

Lawyer says Judge lost immunity and can be sued

by Timothy Charles Holmseth

Alec Hash, Georgia, is the subject of what appears to be an illegal state-sponsored man-hunt.

According to lawyers - per the Full Faith and Credit Clause contained in Article 4 – Section 1, of the United States Constitution, Florida Judge Karen Gievers lost jurisdiction over Alec Hash on May 9, 2013, when he became married.

Judge Karen Gievers

Essentially – the Judge’s pursuit of Alec Hash is completely illegal.

Court records show that Judge Gievers was notified of Alec Hash’s marriage on May 10, 2013. On October 3, 2013, the Judge acknowledged the marriage but referred to it as “invalid”.

Alec Hash

On May 29, 2013, Judge Gievers issued an EMERGENCY EX PARTE CHILD PICK UP ORDER for Hash.

On February 24, 2014, Alec Hash was emancipated by Judge Randall Chew in Grady County, Georgia. The Judge ratified Hash’s marriage, which took place in May of 2013.

In recent weeks the Leon County Sheriff’s Office in Florida has refused to remove Hash’s name from the National Crime Information Center.

According to lawyers that have assessed this case – Judge Gievers had no jurisdiction to continue asserting authority over Hash. One lawyer believes the Judge lost her immunity when Hash became legally married and she can be sued.

The case is being compared to the Justina Pelletier case.

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