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My Written Testimony for U.S. Coast Guard MERPAC Meeting at Mass Maritime Academy, April 16-17, 2009

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The Rights and Duties of Seamen under the
Second Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms:

There is No Justification for Denying Seamen Their Second Amendment Right to Openly Keep and Bear Arms in Intrastate, Interstate, Nautical, or Maritime Travel

Written Testimony by Don Hamrick, Able Seaman

Presented to the

Merchant Marine Personnel Advisory Committee (MERPAC)
U.S. Coast Guard

Public Meeting held at:

Bay State Conference Center
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
101 Academy Drive
Buzzards Bay, MA. 02532

Thursday-Friday, April 16-17, 2009

This Written Testimony Presents The Following Data:

PART 1.
The Role of Seamen under the
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

PART 2.
The Rights of Seamen as Civil Plaintiffs
in the Federal Courts

PART 3.
The Second Amendment rights of Seamen under
Federal Laws and Regulations & Admiralty – Maritime Law

PART 4.
Resurrecting Privateers and
Letters of Marque and Reprisals

PART 5.
Civil Rights and Human Rights of U.S. Seamen Aboard Ship: Protections From Bullying and Non-Sexual Harassment of Crew by Officers are Needed

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