“The words “person”, “accused”, and similar words include, unless a contrary intention appears, public and private corporations, copartnerships, and unincorporated or voluntary associations.”-Michigan Penal Code 750.10
The beautiful people make up the corporate body of these entities. The word “corporation” comes from the Latin “corpses.” The only ones that are allow to operate a corporation is the living dead which are the beautiful people or zombies. If you are not living dead, you have to personate the living dead to be part of the corporate body of the corporation.
A corporation can have one or more beautiful people or zombie it’s body.
Jesus threw the money changers out of the temple and said to the one selling doves not to make his father’s house a house of merchandise. The word “merchandise” means commerce.
Michigan prostitution laws is written in the terms of unpaid fees to the temporary employment agency or the subcontractor for employing the beautiful people to perform acts of sexual gratification.
Michigan prostitution law is based on the “The Practice and Jurisdiction of the Court of Admiralty”by John Hall. It is based on the collection of the mariner’s wage that is unpaid.
The word “services” comes from the Latin meaning servitude, servant, or slave. In the common law definition, it means acts or render due to the lords for the reason of the estate. The beautiful people are the slaves of the another person.
There is a temporary employment agency or subcontracting for the beautiful people to perform prostitution. When the temporary employment agency or subcontractor is not paid and the beautiful people perform prostitution, then the state purchase the debt from the other person to enforce the debt.
The payment of money or other forms of consideration means the employment fees were not pay. Money is a medium of exchange. It is a banknote. Money is a promise to pay something. “Other forms of consideration” are evidence of debt or promises to pay. The something is the body. That is what the creditor looking for.
The subcontractor or temporary employment agent never got what they were looking for. The bill of exchange which is money or other forms of consideration was given to them. They are enforcing the promise that is promise to them on the note called money.
The word “act” means omission to act. The word “act” means a thing. On Michigan Penal code, the word “property” means a thing or matter. The thing is an object which contains an animal. The animal is the spirit of man. The matter is the chose in action which is the lawsuit or right to sue.
Michigan prostitution law is based on the abatement statutes. The word “abasement” means to deduct from the property. The omission is deducting the doves from the property (thing) through the sale of doves.
Prostitution is a health hazard. Why? The beautiful people can loose a eye when touching the self with too much current. The word “health” means wholeness. The word “hazard” means peril or risk of lost. The employment agency or the subcontractor must be paid.
It is the state’s interest to curb prostitution. The word “curb” means to keep in check. To keep in check means to make sure that the temporary employment or the subcontractor are paying on the work of the beautiful people in prostitution. It leads to other crimes. The crimes is commercial debt. If the person is not paid, they will have trouble paying other creditors.
In American Dad, the Smith of Hand (Season 1 Episode 9) shows the danger of touching the self. The self is electro-doves inside the philosopher’s stone. The boy read in the magazine that he can get a high from touching the philosopher’s stone inside the hairdryer. When he touch it that contains too much current, it blow his eyes out.
Sexual gratification is a rock that contains the the electrostatic energy of Mr. Hat and the doves of the sex organs from the John F. Kennedy clone that can be seen in the Marilyn Manson Disposable Teen video. The beautiful people that belongs to the body is under return for a fee.
The State of Michigan demand the actor (zombie which is the body) of the contractor (person) to appear in court to discharge the debt. The person can dispute the debt by claiming that the beautiful person didn’t perform the act of sexual gratification on the customer or there was no agreement for the beautiful people to perform the act of sexual gratification. If the work is not done or there is no agreement for the work, the subcontractor or the temporary employment agency cannot demand the fee.
The penal bill is found in the judge’s docket. Only attorneys and judges are allow to view the penal bill. Attorneys and judges belong to a secret society so they won’t share the penal bill with the outsider. When you hire an attorney, you are considered chattel. The attorneys decide what is the penalty for the debt through private arbitration. If you want more information about the penal bill in the judge’s docket, you can read about it on Jean Keating Prison Treatise website.
“750.449a Engaging services for purpose of prostitution, lewdness, or assignation; engaging services with person less than 18 years of age for purpose of prostitution, lewdness, or assignation; penalty.
Sec. 449a. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2), a person who engages or offers to engage the services of another person, not his or her spouse, for the purpose of prostitution, lewdness, or assignation, by the payment in money or other forms of consideration, is guilty of a misdemeanor. A person convicted of violating this section is subject to part 52 of the public health code, 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.5201 to 333.5210.”- Michigan Penal Code 750.449
The word “property” includes any matter or thing upon or in respect to which any offense may be committed.”-Michigan Penal Code 750.10
“The term “act” or “doing of an act” includes “omission to act”.”- Michigan Penal Code 750.10
““Crime” means an act or omission forbidden by law which is not designated as a civil infraction, and which is punishable upon conviction by any 1 or more of the following: (a) Imprisonment. (b) Fine not designated a civil fine. (c) Removal from office. (d) Disqualification to hold an office of trust, honor, or profit under the state. (e) Other penal discipline.”-Michigan Penal Code 750.5
service (n.1) c. 1100, “celebration of public worship,” from Old French servise “act of homage; servitude; service at table; Mass, church ceremony,” from Latin servitium “slavery, condition of a slave, servitude,” also “slaves collectively,” from servus “slave” (see serve (v.)).- Online Etymology Dictionary
“For purposes of due process, the state’s interest in curbing prostitution cannot be denied. The health hazards posed by this activity as well as the high incidence of other criminal conduct associated with it are legitimate considerations which by themselves support legislative [***11] intervention in this area.-State ex rel. Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney v. Mesk, 123 Mich. App. 111, 119, 333 N.W.2d 184, 189, 1983 Mich. App. LEXIS 2674, *10-11 (Mich. Ct. App. February 9, 1983)
HN5 Procedural Due Process, Scope of Protection
The term prostitution, as used in the Michigan abatement statute includes manual stimulation of another person for the payment of money and that persons of average intelligence were provided with fair notice that the statute proscribed such conduct.-
State ex rel. Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney v. Mesk, 123 Mich. App. 111, 119, 333 N.W.2d 184, 189, 1983 Mich. App. LEXIS 2674, *10-11 (Mich. Ct. App. February 9, 1983)
[**188] In State ex rel Gilchrist v Hurley, 48 NC App 433, 443; 269 SE2d 646 (1980), a North Carolina Appellate Court stated the following in rejecting defendant’s claim that North Carolina’s red light abatement act was unconstitutionally vague:
“[Reference] to the criminal code — i.e., NC G S § 14-203 — is not required to understand what the term ‘prosecution’ means or, in our opinion, what conduct is encompassed within its meaning. We are not inadvertent — and we doubt that few are — to the activity’s common, if not accurate, reputation as ‘the world’s oldest profession.’ The term is precise on its face and gives fair notice of what is forbidden. Accord, Morgan v Detroit, 389 F Supp 922 (ED Mich, 1975). We decline defendants’ invitation to interpret the term so narrowly as to exclude the conduct charged in this record. We hold that prostitution plainly includes the offering or receiving of the body, in return for a fee, for acts of vaginal intercourse, anal intercourse, fellatio, cunnilingus, masturbation, or physical contact with a person’s genitals, pubic area, buttocks or breasts. We [***8] hasten to add that our cataloguing of these acts of sexual behavior is not intended to exclude other acts of sexual conduct offered or received for pay.” But see contra, [*118] State ex rel Clemens v Toneca, Inc, 265 NW2d 909 (Iowa, 1978).-State ex rel. Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney v. Mesk, 123 Mich. App. 111, 117-118, 333 N.W.2d 184, 188, 1983 Mich. App. LEXIS 2674, *7-8 (Mich. Ct. App. February 9, 1983)
“For purposes of due process, the state’s interest in curbing prostitution cannot be denied. The health hazards posed by this activity as well as the high incidence of other criminal conduct associated with it are legitimate considerations which by themselves support legislative [***11] intervention in this area.”- State ex rel. Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney v. Mesk, 123 Mich. App. 111, 119, 333 N.W.2d 184, 189, 1983 Mich. App. LEXIS 2674, *10-11 (Mich. Ct. App. February 9, 1983)