Ignorance Isn’t Bliss: Protecting Your Rights from “Deprivation Under the Color of Law” ?

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"Under the color of law" refers to actions taken by government Officials or Agents that appear to be within the bounds of their lawful authority but are, in fact, abuses of power or violations of an private citizen/non-citizen national‘s constitutional rights. This phrase is often used in legal contexts to describe situations where "law enforcement Officers" or other public officials misuse their positions to commit unlawful acts of injustice and/or or discrimination, such as unlawful arrests, excessive force, unlawful and illegal foreclosures (since all foreclosures are fraud since Executive Order 6102 and House Joint Resolution 192 of June 5, 1933, public law 73-10), unlawful repossessions/thefts, or illegal searches and seizures.