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NOTICE OF ACCOUNTABILITY

Robert Dane
4405 North Navarro Street
Victoria, Texas 77904
April 22, 2020

​​​​​RE: ​In the Interest of Cattileyn Marie Dane, a Child,
​​​​​​Cause No. 19-08-84865-A, District Court of
​​​​​​Victoria County, Texas

Office of the Governor
P. O. Box 12428
Austin, Texas 78711-2428

NOTICE

Governor Greg Abbott:

​I am noticing you of your personal liability in the above referenced action.
​My only child, Cattileyn Marie Dane was forcefully taken from my care and custody by the Department of Family and Protective Services on August 20, 2019.
​The rationale: Cattileyn’s new born stool sample allegedly tested positive in a meconium test.
​There was no search warrant issued for the collection of the stool sample and neither myself nor her mother agreed to it.
​There is no law dictating that a meconium test be taken.
​All forced tests since that time which have been imposed on Samantha Gonzales and myself have been negative.
​After we took Cattileyn home from the hospital, Nikki Carver, the representative of DFPS stalked us, as can be seen from her filed affidavit, and used State of Texas data banks to do so.
​When Carver first encountered us, she reports that the baby was in a car seat, appeared to be clean and well nourished. Then she filed with the court to take Cattileyn from us.
​An attorney was appointed for us, without affidavit of inability to pay, and we have been at the mercy of the court and the attorneys ever since.
​For those of you who get this letter, the family court in a SAPCR action is nothing a rote rehearsed dog and pony show and has nothing to do with care of a child.
​The STATE OF TEXAS obviously considers itself a better parent than either Samantha or myself.
​I understand DFPS is an administrative agency of the STATE OF TEXAS, and as such, has no constitutional obligations or duties in its rules and regulations.
​However, the Texas Constitution Art. 1, Sec. 1 states: Texas is a free and independent state, subject only to the Constitution of the United States. ..”​
​Our Founding Fathers understood the proclivities and temperaments of the men who would fill the positions of the newly formed government. It was paramount to the Founders that the institution of government be bound to the purpose for which it was instituted, i.e., to secure the rights of the governed.
​These men carefully wrote the documents which would be the foundation of government in the years to come to serve that purpose.
​Each government official/public servant was bound to support the Constitution.
​On September 17, 1787, the Constitution of the United States of America was put forward for ratification.
​As part of the Constitution, the framers included, at Art. VI, Sec. 2 and Sec. 3, the mandate that the Judges in every State and all Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation to support the Constitution.
​The framers of our republican form of government considered the matter of the authority of the men who would fill government positions so important, that it was the first item on the agenda when the newly formed Congress of the United States convened on June 1, 1789.
​The first item of business in the newly formed Congress was to specify that the oath or affirmation to be administered would state. It was, “I, A.B. do solemnly swear or affirm (as the case may be) that I will support the Constitution of the United States.”
​The oath was to be administered within three days after the passing of the Act, 1 Stat 23. Sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 elaborate on who and when the oath would be administered to all new government officials.
​Since that time, the oath has been adopted and codified as it now appears at 5 USC §3331.
​Until the official oath is taken, no government official has authority to impose their will on another man or woman, albeit in the guise of upholding established laws.
​Unless that “public servant” has taken an oath to support the Constitution, he is without authority to act.
​And, most tragic of all, not one of these men or women who will receive this Notice has the Art. VI oath or affirmation required by the Constitution.
​I am putting each and every recipient of this letter on notice of the following:

​If the STATE/DFPS takes my precious baby daughter from me, the following will apply:
​Every man or woman on this roster is personally liable and responsible for the care of my daughter until she is 18 years of age.
​If Cattileyn suffers any harm or abuse while the STATE OF TEXAS is in the position of parens patriae the recipients are personally liable to me, her father, in the amount of $100,000 for each and every known or unknown abuse.
​Should Cattileyn suffer irreparable harm, in addition to the abandonment syndrome she now suffers, the recipients are personally liable to me, her father, in the amount of $250,000 for each and every known harm.
​Should Cattileyn die before her 18th birthday, while in the custody of the State, for any reason whatsoever, the recipients are personally liable to me for $10,000,000 each.
​You are also put on notice that on her 18th birthday, I will make certain that Cattileyn files suit against the STATE OF TEXAS for kidnapping and violations of Art. VI of the U. S. Constitution, and the Fourth and Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.
​To further clarify the reasons for the personal liability of each of the participants:

​NOT ONE OF THOSE TO WHOM THIS NOTICE IS SENT IS PROTECTED BY AUTHORITY.
​NOT ONE OF THOSE TO WHOM THIS NOTICE IS SENT IS BOUND BY OATH TO SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
​NOT ONE OF THOSE TO WHOM THIS NOTICE IS SENT HAS AUTHORITY TO IMPLEMENT OR ENFORCE THE LAWS OF THIS STATE.
​Further: The two judges who sit in Victoria Texas and preside over the hearings in this matter, Jack Marr and K. Stephen Williams, in addition to having no Art. VI oath, have not met the qualification required by the Texas Constitution, Art. XVI, and sit naked and unprotected on the bench.
​It is no wonder that the men who consider themselves part of the government of Texas and who have shown such disdain for the law and incompetence in qualifying for their alleged positions would snatch a child from a loving parent.

​The only defense to this Notice and its terms and conditions is to submit to me, within 10 days of receipt, the duly signed and timely filed documents which statutorily and constitutionally are required of the public servant before he/she can perform a service.

​Upon receipt of those bona fides, the name will be dropped from the list.
​Should any of the recipients die before Cattileyn reaches her 18th birthday, this liability passes to their agents, representatives and estates.
​When perfected, this Notice will be filed as public record in a county clerk’s office in Texas for all to see.
​​I am,

​​Robert Dane

ADDITIIONAL PEOPLE LIABLE AND GIVEN NOTICE
​​
Dan Patrick​​​​​​Ken Paxton
Office of the Lieutenant Governor​​​Texas Attorney General
P. O. Box 12068​​​​​P. O. Box 12548
Austin, Texas 78711​​​​​Austin, Texas 78711-2548

Jaime Masters, Commissioner
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
P. O. Box 149030
Austin, Texas 78714-9030

Judge Jack Marr​​​​​Judge K. Stephen Williams
24th District Court ​​​​​135th District Court
115 N. Bridge St.​​​​​115 N. Bridge St.
Victoria, Texas 77901

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