Resolution 4-2017: University Hospital Arrest

In the Central Committee of the Libertarian Party of Weber County

September 9th, 2017

Whereas, The Libertarian Party of Weber County holds that criminal laws should be limited to violations of the rights of others through force or fraud, or deliberate actions that place others involuntarily at significant risk of harm;

Whereas, The Libertarian Party of Weber County holds that Government agencies, their representatives, contractors and/or employees should never be exempted from laws, statutes, and regulations applicable to everyone else;

Whereas, Detective Jeff Payne of the Salt Lake Police Department wrongfully detained Alex Wubbels, a Charge Nurse at University Hospital;

Whereas, Detective Jeff Payne of the Salt Lake Police Department knowingly attempted to violate HIPPA;

Whereas, Detective Jeff Payne of the Salt Lake Police Department willingly violated the fourth amendment;

Whereas, Detective Jeff Payne of the Salt Lake Police Department willingly neglected all information provided by University Hospital staff of law and policy;

Whereas, Detective Jeff Payne of the Salt Lake Police Department willingly neglected the need for a warrant issued upon probable cause;

Whereas, Detective Jeff Payne of the Salt Lake Police Department used the commission of force, falling under the definition of assault under Utah Criminal Code;

Whereas, the video obtained of the incident occurring July 26, 2017 shows ample evidence of wrongful arrest, illegal detention, assault, and unprofessional comments;

BE IT RESOLVED:

  1. We the Members of the Libertarian Party of Weber County call for the immediate firing of Detective Jeff Payne;
  2. We the Members of the Libertarian Party of Weber County call for the immediate criminal investigation of Detective Jeff Payne;
  3. We the Members of the Libertarian Party of Weber County call for a review of all police procedures in the state to ensure the preservation of Natural Rights.
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LPWC Resolution 2-2017

In the Central Committee of the Libertarian Party of Weber County

May 29th, 2017

 

Whereas, the Libertarian Party of Weber County is set up as a political entity to educated the populace on libertarian philosophy;

Whereas, the Libertarian Party of Weber County is set up as a political entity to grow and support Libertarian votes;

Whereas, community outreach is a central element of interaction with the public;

Whereas, North Ogden City is within the boundaries of Weber County;

Whereas, North Ogden holds a community festival on July 4th for “Cherry Days;”

Whereas, approximately 15,000 people are estimated to attend “Cherry Days” events;

Be it Resolved that the Libertarian Party of Weber County will appropriate $60.00 of treasury funds to pay the entry fee to set up an outreach booth in North Ogden on 4 July 2017 for Cherry Days.

Motion passed.

LPWC Resolution 1-2017

In the Central Committee of the Libertarian Party of Weber County

May 20th, 2017

 

Whereas, the Libertarian Party of Weber County has held since its inception in 2014 that absent a victim, a person cannot be accused or convicted of a crime;

Whereas the Libertarian Party of Weber County holds that individuals shall exercise sole dominion over their lives;

Whereas it is long standing policy of the Libertarian Party of Weber County that medical decisions should be left to the individual;

Whereas it is the strong belief of the Libertarian Party of Weber County that all methods of treatment be available to individuals seeking relief from diagnosed illness;

Whereas it is shown through many forms of medical research and documented evidence that there is benefit for a myriad of symptoms and illnesses through use of cannabis;

Whereas the Legislature of the State of Utah has repeatedly voted down measures that would allow patients access to us of cannabis for medicinal use in whole plant reform;

Whereas the Republican Party of Utah resolved that as the majority party in the State of Utah they would not support medicinal cannabis;

Whereas there is support for medicinal cannabis in Utah among voters reaching 60% on average between polls conducted by various organizations;

Whereas the Utah Constitution provides the avenue of Ballot Initiatives when the Legislature fails to act in the best interests of the citizens of Utah;

Whereas organizations such as TRUCE are introducing ballot initiatives for medicinal cannabis to be accessible to Utah patients;

Be it resolved that the Libertarian Party of Weber County will support the ballot initiative for medical cannabis:

  1. By volunteering to gather signatures for petitions;
  2. By doing educational outreach at official events sponsored by the Libertarian Party of Weber County;
  3. By assisting TRUCE and other medical cannabis groups in efforts to find more volunteers.