The Property Owner (sovereign citizen),
Ron Avery, Seguin, Texas.
For a short summary of the importance of this case to every citizen in Texas click number 17 in the right navigation bar with this addition only that sovereign immunity came to Texas not by statute or constitutional law but by judicial rulings in defiance of all constitutional law in Hosner v. DeYoung (Supreme Court of Texas 1847) without the court citing a single source for their ruling but it has since been the basis of the dismissal of thousands of cases against the "State of Texas." The said court ruled that "the state may not be sued without its permission."
This falacious unsupported ruling was immediately contradicted by the same Supreme Court in McMullen v. Hodge 1849 where they ruled that "nothing can be presumed against the rights, liberties and possessions of the sovereign citizens without a direct, explicit affirmative declaration of such intent in the fundamental law, i.e., Constitution." And for this the same court cited the Texas Constitution. This language was again quoted in the Dickson v. Strickland 1924 Supreme Court case but with much more detail citing Art 1 Sec 2 and Art 16 Sec 48 showing that the state does not possess sovereign immunity to harm the citizens of Texas and any Legislative Act or statute like the Texas Tort Claims Act and its codification under chapters 101 - 111 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code is null and void as if never written.
The result of the Avery v. GBRA case is that the "State of Texas" has been dissolved by the Supreme Court of Texas abrogating its authority
and power to the Texas Legislature in violation of Art 2 Sec 1 to determine when and if someone can sue the state in violation of Art 1 Sec 13.
John Locke said in his Second Treatise of Government 1689 upon which our state and nation was constructed, according to Thomas Jefferson,
that one of the five ways of dissolving a government was usurpation of power that belonged to another. In this case it is shown abundantly clear that not
only the Judiciary of Texas abrogated its power to the Legislature to save tax dollars that would go to repair citizens injured by the State
but also the Judiciary and Legislature conspired together against the citizens of Texas to steal their lives, liberties and property in violation of Art 1 Sec 2,
13, 17, 19 and 29 and Art 2 Sec 1 and Art 16 Sec 48 (Seven major violations of the Texas Constitution) Therefore, it is clear that the "State of Texas"
does not lawfully exist and all their police power can be resisted with force if necessary according to Locke and the Christian fundamentals of Government.