The Seizure of Properties

By R. J. Rushdoony, Otto Scott, Douglas Murray, Mark Rushdoony
November 09, 1992


When people are presumed guilty and without any evidence a raid is made and even if no drugs are found, or anything else, the property is seized, the car, the boat, the plane, whatever.  For example, there is a move now to make certain areas of west Texas a game refuge. They are moving to seize these properties from the ranchers.  This takes us back 400 years. This is the sort of thing that occurred in England under Charles I.