Section 1 - Damages and Harm shall be any action which causes any individual person, organization or entity measurable and demonstrable loss of life, limb, business, finance, or personal standing.
Speech is not harm unless it is slander, libel, or defamation.
Section 2 - The burden of proof rests solely and exclusively with any individual person, organization, entity, or government claiming Harm or Damages.
If you claim to have been harmed, it is on you to prove it. It’s next to impossible to prove a negative. Therefore, it is assumed to be negative until the claimant proves otherwise. Innocent until proven guilty. And if there is no proof, then the Party claiming Damages or Harm must be assumed to be making a false claim.
Section 3 - In circumstances in which measurable and demonstrable Damages and/or Harm requires punitive action of a legal or civil nature, the authorities present in the jurisdiction in which the Damages or Harm originated shall be responsible for the initiation of any necessary process.
The reasoning behind the concept of the jurisdiction in which the Damages or Harm originated it that, what an individual did in their home may have been legal where they were, but illegal where the claimant lived. Just like Article II, Section 11, if we default to the location with the most stringent laws, then the strictest jurisdiction becomes the de-facto rule setter for the entire population.
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