Eugene police officers witness and aid/abet the commission of actual felony crimes against multiple people.
ORS 163.275
(1)A person commits the crime of coercion when the person compels or induces another person to engage in conduct from which the other person has a legal right to abstain, or to abstain from engaging in conduct in which the other person has a legal right to engage, by means of instilling in the other person a fear that, if the other person refrains from the conduct compelled or induced or engages in conduct contrary to the compulsion or inducement, the actor or another will:
Unlawfully cause physical injury to some person;
Engage in conduct constituting a crime;
Falsely accuse some person of a crime or cause criminal charges to be instituted against the person;
Testify falsely or provide false information or withhold testimony or information with respect to another’s legal claim or defense; or
Unlawfully use or abuse the person’s position as a public servant by performing some act within or related to official duties, or by failing or refusing to perform an official duty, in such manner as to affect some person adversely.

Crumb Together owners do an interview after the incident at the storefront.
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§ 113.2 Definitions.

As used in this part:

(a) The term Federal financial assistance includes

(1) grants and loans of Federal funds,

(c) The term religion includes all aspects of religious observance and practice, as well as belief.

Symptoms [Narcissistic personality disorder: Mayo Clinic] :: NOT ATTEMPTING DIAGNOSIS | SIMPLY NOTING SIMILARITIES ::

Signs and symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder and the severity of symptoms vary. People with the disorder can:

Have an exaggerated sense of self-importance

Have a sense of entitlement and require constant, excessive admiration

Expect to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it

Exaggerate achievements and talents

Be preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate

Believe they are superior and can only associate with equally special people

Monopolize conversations and belittle or look down on people they perceive as inferior

Expect special favors and unquestioning compliance with their expectations

Take advantage of others to get what they want

Have an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others

Be envious of others and believe others envy them

Behave in an arrogant or haughty manner, coming across as conceited, boastful and pretentious

Insist on having the best of everything — for instance, the best car or office

At the same time, people with narcissistic personality disorder have trouble handling anything they perceive as criticism, and they can:

Become impatient or angry when they don't receive special treatment

Have significant interpersonal problems and easily feel slighted

React with rage or contempt and try to belittle the other person to make themselves appear superior

Have difficulty regulating emotions and behavior

Experience major problems dealing with stress and adapting to change

Feel depressed and moody because they fall short of perfection

Have secret feelings of insecurity, shame, vulnerability and humiliation

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Offenses Against Public Order

ORS 166.715

Definitions for ORS 166.715 to 166.735 [RACKETEERING]

As used in ORS 166.715 (Definitions for ORS 166.715 to 166.735) to 166.735 (Short title), unless the context requires otherwise:

(1)“Documentary material” means any book, paper, document, writing, drawing, graph, chart, photograph, phonograph record, magnetic tape, computer printout, other data compilation from which information can be obtained or from which information can be translated into usable form, or other tangible item.

(2)“Enterprise” includes any individual, sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, business trust or other profit or nonprofit legal entity, and includes any union, association or group of individuals associated in fact although not a legal entity, and both illicit and licit enterprises and governmental and nongovernmental entities.

(3)“Investigative agency” means the Department of Justice or any district attorney. [5 CFR § 2635.101 - Basic obligation of public service]

(4)“Pattern of racketeering activity” means engaging in at least two incidents of racketeering activity that have the same or similar intents, results, accomplices, victims or methods of commission or otherwise are interrelated by distinguishing characteristics, including a nexus to the same enterprise, and are not isolated incidents, provided at least one of such incidents occurred after November 1, 1981, and that the last of such incidents occurred within five years after a prior incident of racketeering activity. Notwithstanding ORS 131.505 (Definitions for ORS 131.505 to 131.525) to 131.525 (Previous prosecution) or 419A.190 (Effect of adjudicatory hearing or admission) or any other provision of law providing that a previous prosecution is a bar to a subsequent prosecution, conduct that constitutes an incident of racketeering activity may be used to establish a pattern of racketeering activity without regard to whether the conduct previously has been the subject of a criminal prosecution or conviction or a juvenile court adjudication, unless the prosecution resulted in an acquittal or the adjudication resulted in entry of an order finding the youth not to be within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court.

(5)“Person” means any individual or entity capable of holding a legal or beneficial interest in real or personal property.

(6)“Racketeering activity” includes conduct of a person committed both before and after the person attains the age of 18 years, and means to commit, to attempt to commit, to conspire to commit, or to solicit, coerce or intimidate another person to commit:

(a)Any conduct that constitutes a crime, as defined in ORS 161.515 (“Crime” described), under any of the following provisions of the Oregon Revised Statutes:

(A)ORS 59.005 (Short title) to 59.505 (Provision of records to law enforcement and certain state agencies), 59.710 (Definitions for ORS 59.710 to 59.830) to 59.830 (Self-incrimination by witness), 59.991 (Criminal penalties for ORS 59.005 to 59.505 and 59.710 to 59.830) and 59.995 (Civil penalties for ORS 59.005 to 59.505 and 59.710 to 59.830), relating to securities;

(B)ORS 162.015 (Bribe giving), 162.025 (Bribe receiving) and 162.065 (Perjury) to 162.085 (Unsworn falsification), relating to bribery and perjury;

(C)ORS 162.235 (Obstructing governmental or judicial administration), 162.265 (Bribing a witness) to 162.305 (Tampering with public records), 162.325 (Hindering prosecution), 162.335 (Compounding), 162.355 (Simulating legal process) and 162.365 (Criminal impersonation of a public servant), relating to obstructing governmental administration;

(D)ORS 162.405 (Official misconduct in the second degree) to 162.425 (Misuse of confidential information), relating to abuse of public office;

(E)ORS 162.455 (Interfering with legislative operations), relating to interference with legislative operation;

(F)ORS 163.095 (“Aggravated murder” defined) to 163.115 (Murder in the second degree), 163.118 (Manslaughter in the first degree), 163.125 (Manslaughter in the second degree) and 163.145 (Criminally negligent homicide), relating to criminal homicide;

(G)ORS 163.160 (Assault in the fourth degree) to 163.205 (Criminal mistreatment in the first degree), relating to assault and related offenses;

(H)ORS 163.225 (Kidnapping in the second degree) and 163.235 (Kidnapping in the first degree), relating to kidnapping;

(I)ORS 163.275 (Coercion), relating to coercion;

(J)ORS 163.665 (Definitions) to 163.693 (Failure to report child pornography), relating to sexual conduct of children;

(K)ORS 164.015 (“Theft” described), 164.043 (Theft in the third degree), 164.045 (Theft in the second degree), 164.055 (Theft in the first degree), 164.057 (Aggravated theft in the first degree), 164.075 (Extortion) to 164.095 (Theft by receiving), 164.098 (Organized retail theft), 164.125 (Theft of services), 164.135 (Unauthorized use of a vehicle), 164.140 (Criminal possession of rented or leased personal property), 164.215 (Burglary in the second degree), 164.225 (Burglary in the first degree) and 164.245 (Criminal trespass in the second degree) to 164.270 (Closure of premises to motor-propelled vehicles), relating to theft, burglary, criminal trespass and related offenses;

(L)ORS 164.315 (Arson in the second degree) to 164.335 (Reckless burning), relating to arson and related offenses;

(M)ORS 164.345 (Criminal mischief in the third degree) to 164.365 (Criminal mischief in the first degree), relating to criminal mischief;

(N)ORS 164.395 (Robbery in the third degree) to 164.415 (Robbery in the first degree), relating to robbery;

(O)ORS 164.865 (Unlawful sound recording), 164.875 (Unlawful videotape recording) and 164.868 (Unlawful labeling of a sound recording) to 164.872 (Unlawful labeling of a videotape recording), relating to unlawful recording or labeling of a recording;

(P)ORS 165.007 (Forgery in the second degree) to 165.022 (Criminal possession of a forged instrument in the first degree), 165.032 (Criminal possession of a forgery device) to 165.042 (Fraudulently obtaining a signature) and 165.055 (Fraudulent use of a credit card) to 165.070 (Possessing fraudulent communications device), relating to forgery and related offenses;

(Q)ORS 165.080 (Falsifying business records) to 165.109 (Failing to maintain a cedar purchase record), relating to business and commercial offenses;

(R)ORS 165.540 (Obtaining contents of communications) and 165.555 (Unlawful telephone solicitation of contributions for charitable purposes), relating to communication crimes;

(S)ORS 166.180 (Negligently wounding another), 166.190 (Pointing firearm at another), 166.220 (Unlawful use of weapon), 166.250 (Unlawful possession of firearms), 166.270 (Possession of weapons by certain felons), 166.275 (Possession of weapons by inmates of institutions), 166.410 (Manufacture, importation or sale of firearms), 166.450 (Obliteration or change of identification number on firearms) and 166.470 (Limitations and conditions for sales of firearms), relating to firearms and other weapons;

(T)ORS 164.377 (Computer crime) (2) to (4), as punishable under ORS 164.377 (Computer crime) (5)(b), 167.007 (Prostitution) to 167.017 (Compelling prostitution), 167.057 (Luring a minor), 167.062 (Sadomasochistic abuse or sexual conduct in live show) to 167.080 (Displaying obscene materials to minors), 167.090 (Publicly displaying nudity or sex for advertising purposes), 167.122 (Unlawful gambling in the second degree) to 167.137 (Possession of gambling records in the first degree), 167.147 (Possession of a gambling device), 167.164 (Possession of a gray machine), 167.167 (Cheating), 167.212 (Tampering with drug records), 167.355 (Involvement in animal fighting), 167.365 (Dogfighting), 167.370 (Participation in dogfighting), 167.428 (Cockfighting), 167.431 (Participation in cockfighting) and 167.439 (Forcible recovery of a fighting bird), relating to prostitution, obscenity, sexual conduct, gambling, computer crimes involving the Oregon State Lottery, animal fighting, forcible recovery of a fighting bird and related offenses;

(U)ORS 171.990 (Penalty for witness failing to appear or to give testimony in legislative proceeding), relating to legislative witnesses;

(V)ORS 260.575 (Use of threats and intimidation for purpose of extorting money) and 260.665 (Undue influence to affect registration, voting, candidacy, signing petitions), relating to election offenses;

(W)ORS 314.075 (Evading requirements of law prohibited), relating to income tax;

(X)ORS 180.440 (Prohibited conduct) (2) and 180.486 (Prohibited conduct) (2) and ORS chapter 323, relating to cigarette and tobacco products taxes and the directories developed under ORS 180.425 (Attorney General’s directory) and 180.477 (Attorney General’s directory);

(Y)ORS 411.630 (Unlawfully obtaining public assistance or medical assistance), 411.675 (Submitting wrongful claim for payment of public assistance or medical assistance), 411.690 (Liability of person wrongfully receiving payment of public assistance or medical assistance) and 411.840 (Unlawfully obtaining or disposing of supplemental nutrition assistance), relating to public assistance payments or medical assistance benefits, and ORS 411.990 (Penalties) (2) and (3);

(Z)ORS 462.140 (Prohibitions concerning bookmaking, betting), 462.415 (Animals prohibited from racing) and 462.420 (Stimulating or depressing participating animal prohibited) to 462.520 (Penalty for falsely using name of racing official as source of information in commission of touting), relating to racing;

(AA)ORS 463.995 (Penalties), relating to entertainment wrestling and unarmed combat sports, as defined in ORS 463.015 (Definitions);

(BB)ORS 471.305 (Delivery of alcoholic beverages), 471.360 (Service permit required), 471.392 (Definitions for ORS 471.392 to 471.400) to 471.400 (Exceptions to prohibition of financial assistance), 471.403 (License required to produce alcoholic liquor), 471.404 (Importing liquor without license prohibited), 471.405 (Prohibited sales, purchases, possession, transportation, importation or solicitation in general), 471.425 (Misrepresentations by licensee and others), 471.442 (Wine compliance with standards), 471.445 (Use of misleading mark or label on container), 471.446 (Seals on wine and cider containers), 471.485 (Payment required on or before delivery of liquor), 471.490 (Delivery or acceptance of instrument drawn upon insufficient funds or not payable according to terms) and 471.675 (Resisting arrest or interfering with enforcement), relating to alcoholic liquor, and any of the provisions of ORS chapter 471 relating to licenses issued under the Liquor Control Act;

(CC)ORS 475B.010 (Short title) to 475B.545 (Severability of ORS 475B.010 to 475B.545), relating to marijuana items as defined in ORS 475B.015 (Definitions for ORS 475B.010 to 475B.545);

(DD)ORS 475.005 (Definitions for ORS 475.005 to 475.285 and 475.752 to 475.980) to 475.285 (Short title) and 475.752 (Prohibited acts generally) to 475.980 (Affirmative defense to ORS 475.969, 475.971, 475.975 (1) and 475.976 (1)), relating to controlled substances;

(EE)ORS 480.070 (Fire bombs prohibited), 480.210 (Certificate, license or permit required), 480.215 (Transfer of explosives limited), 480.235 (Waiting period for issuance of certificate of possession) and 480.265 (Report of loss, theft or unlawful removal of explosives required), relating to explosives;

(FF)ORS 819.010 (Failure to comply with requirements for destruction of vehicle), 819.040 (Illegal salvage procedures), 822.100 (Conducting a motor vehicle dismantling business without a certificate), 822.135 (Improperly conducting motor vehicle dismantling business) and 822.150 (Failure to return revoked, canceled or suspended certificate or identification card), relating to motor vehicles;

(GG)ORS 658.452 (Prohibitions relating to discharge of or discrimination against employee) or 658.991 (Criminal penalties) (2) to (4), relating to labor contractors;

(HH)ORS chapter 706, relating to banking law administration;

(II)ORS chapter 714, relating to branch banking;

(JJ)ORS chapter 716, relating to mutual savings banks;

(KK)ORS chapter 723, relating to credit unions;

(LL)ORS chapter 726, relating to pawnbrokers;

(MM)ORS 166.382 (Possession of destructive device prohibited) and 166.384 (Unlawful manufacture of destructive device), relating to destructive devices;

(NN)ORS 165.074 (Unlawful factoring of payment card transaction);

(OO)ORS 86A.095 (Short title) to 86A.198 (Materials in languages other than English), relating to mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers;

(PP)ORS chapter 496, 497 or 498, relating to wildlife;

(QQ)ORS 163.355 (Rape in the third degree) to 163.427 (Sexual abuse in the first degree), relating to sexual offenses;

(RR)ORS 166.015 (Riot), relating to riot;

(SS)ORS 166.155 (Bias crime in the second degree) and 166.165 (Bias crime in the first degree), relating to bias crimes;

(TT)ORS chapter 696, relating to real estate and escrow;

(UU)ORS chapter 704, relating to outfitters and guides;

(VV)ORS 165.692 (Making false claim for health care payment), relating to making a false claim for health care payment;

(WW)ORS 162.117 (Public investment fraud), relating to public investment fraud;

(XX)ORS 164.170 (Laundering a monetary instrument) or 164.172 (Engaging in a financial transaction in property derived from unlawful activity);

(YY)ORS 647.140 (Trademark counterfeiting in third degree), 647.145 (Trademark counterfeiting in second degree) or 647.150 (Trademark counterfeiting in first degree), relating to trademark counterfeiting;

(ZZ)ORS 164.886 (Unlawful tree spiking);

(AAA) ORS 167.312 (Research and animal interference) and 167.388 (Interference with livestock production);

(BBB) ORS 164.889 (Interference with agricultural research);

(CCC) ORS 165.800 (Identity theft); or

(DDD) ORS 163.263 (Subjecting another person to involuntary servitude in the second degree), 163.264 (Subjecting another person to involuntary servitude in the first degree) or 163.266 (Trafficking in persons).

(7)“Unlawful debt” means any money or other thing of value constituting principal or interest of a debt that is legally unenforceable in the state in whole or in part because the debt was incurred or contracted:

(a)In violation of any one of the following:

(A)ORS chapter 462, relating to racing;

(B)ORS 167.108 (Definitions for ORS 167.109 and 167.112) to 167.164 (Possession of a gray machine), relating to gambling; or

(C)ORS 82.010 (Legal rate of interest) to 82.170 (Notice to borrower of lender authority to refuse to accept repayment prior to date for repayment in loan agreement), relating to interest and usury.

(b)In gambling activity in violation of federal law or in the business of lending money at a rate usurious under federal or state law.

(8)Notwithstanding contrary provisions in ORS 174.060 (Effect of amendment of statute adopted by reference), when this section references a statute in the Oregon Revised Statutes that is substantially different in the nature of its essential provisions from what the statute was when this section was enacted, the reference shall extend to and include amendments to the statute. [1981 c.769 §2; 1983 c.338 §898; 1983 c.715 §1; 1985 c.176 §5; 1985 c.557 §8; 1987 c.158 §31; 1987 c.249 §7; 1987 c.789 §20; 1987 c.907 §12; 1989 c.384 §2; 1989 c.839 §27; 1989 c.846 §13; 1989 c.982 §6; 1991 c.398 §3; 1991 c.962 §6; 1993 c.95 §13; 1993 c.215 §1; 1993 c.508 §45; 1993 c.680 §29; 1995 c.301 §35; 1995 c.440 §13; 1995 c.768 §10; 1997 c.631 §420; 1997 c.789 §1; 1997 c.867 §23; 1999 c.722 §8; 1999 c.878 §4; 2001 c.146 §1; 2001 c.147 §3; 2003 c.111 §1; 2003 c.484 §8; 2003 c.801 §15; 2003 c.804 §66; 2007 c.498 §3; 2007 c.585 §26; 2007 c.811 §7; 2007 c.869 §7; 2009 c.717 §25; 2011 c.597 §166; 2011 c.681 §6; 2013 c.584 §27; 2013 c.688 §23; 2017 c.21 §46; 2017 c.235 §21; 2019 c.553 §15]


Oregon Constitution
Article 1: Section 3:

Freedom of Religious Opinion

No law shall in any case whatever control the free exercise, and enjoyment of religeous [sic] opinions, or interfere with the rights of conscience.

Where person has been directed by nonjudicial order to leave public premises, person may raise statutory or constitutional right to remain as defense to charge that person remained unlawfully on premises. State v. Riddell, 172 Or App 675, 21 P3d 128 (2001), Sup Ct review denied

ORS 659A.400

Place of public accommodation defined

(1)A place of public accommodation, subject to the exclusions in subsection (2) of this section, means:

(a)Any place or service offering to the public accommodations, advantages, facilities or privileges whether in the nature of goods, services, lodgings, amusements, transportation or otherwise. [BUSINESS OPEN TO PUBLIC]

(b)Any place that is open to the public and owned or maintained by a public body, as defined in ORS 174.109 (“Public body” defined), regardless of whether the place is commercial in nature. [COURTHOUSE]

(c)Any service to the public that is provided by a public body, as defined in ORS 174.109 (“Public body” defined), regardless of whether the service is commercial in nature. [LAWFUL POLICE SERVICES]

(2)A place of public accommodation does not include:

(a)A Department of Corrections institution as defined in ORS 421.005 (Definitions).

(b)A state hospital as defined in ORS 162.135 (Definitions for ORS 162.135 to 162.205).

(c)A youth correction facility as defined in ORS 420.005 (Definitions).

(d)A local correction facility or lockup as defined in ORS 169.005 (Definitions for ORS 169.005 to 169.685 and 169.730 to 169.800).

(e)An institution, bona fide club or place of accommodation that is in its nature distinctly private. [Formerly 30.675; 2013 c.429 §1; 2013 c.530 §4]

To be place of public accommodation, organization must both offer goods or services of type described in this section and not be distinctly private. Lahmann v. Grand Aerie of Fraternal Order of Eagles, 202 Or App 123, 121 P3d 671 (2005), Sup Ct review denied

Link on Agency:


This is a mere introduction to the extensive jurisprudence concerning agency and even the cursory review above demonstrates that the reason there is so much law on the subject is the pervasiveness of agency in both the business and personal world in all aspects of life, from commercial to family decisions. Every employee, every realtor, every contractor, and anyone one asks to perform a task is an agent and given the inevitable problems that relationships entail, litigation concerning agency is endemic.

Like most things one confronts day to day, it becomes so common that one fails to notice its complexity. But for anyone engaged in any business, agency is as central a part of their business legal life as contracts or employment law and a good working knowledge of its requirements is necessary.

Link for study on Agency:

This is “Liability of Principal and Agent; Termination of Agency with legal case studies


Oregon supreme court ( Ruling covers, common law & statuary law, liability & vicarious liability as well as issues & how THE COURT APPLIES Oregon's legislative act OCTA, which intent was to decrease supreme immunity and open up the gov. to be sued for injury compensation )

Vaughn v. First Transit, Inc. - Justia Law


In sum, to be an "agent" -- using the well-defined legal meaning of that term -- two requirements must be met: (1) the individual must be subject to another's control; and (2) the individual must "act on behalf of" the other person.

"agency" was defined as a relationship that "results from the manifestation of consent by one person to another that the other shall act on behalf and subject to his control, and consent by the other so to act."

"You have to do [X] because [so and so] said so!" = Agency created by "Speaker" acting on behalf of [so and so] by stating "because [so and so] said so", instead of acting on "Speakers" own behalf.

When [so and so] is "public body", "Speaker" becomes "agent" of "public body" when "Speaker" gives command directed by and in name of [so and so], or in this case, "public body".

>> "Speaker", based on individual responsibility and accountability for one's actions, is not required by any laws of this state to follow any unlawful orders, directives, mandates, etc. Which is clearly stated in every "agency/public body" policy document and by way of statutory law under ORS 162.235:
Obstructing governmental or judicial administration
This section shall not apply to the obstruction of unlawful governmental or judicial action or interference with the making of an arrest.

"Foundation Principals of Criminal Law" by Oregon Constitution Article 1 Section 15:

[Foundation Principles of Criminal Law

Laws for the punishment of crime shall be founded on these principles: protection of society, personal responsibility, accountability for one’s actions and reformation.]

>> So as we can tell by these laws, decrees, and responsibilities, following unlawful commands is criminal by principal, and it is no excuse to deflect the blame to another party, even if that party was the principal in the matter, as we all have individual responsibility NOT to partake in criminal conduct, even under the color of official right.

Coerce definition, to compel by force, intimidation, or authority, especially without regard for individual desire or volition.


verb (used with object), co·erced, co·erc·ing.

to compel by force, intimidation, or authority, especially without regard for individual desire or volition: They coerced him into signing the document.

to bring about through the use of force or other forms of compulsion; exact: to coerce obedience.

to dominate or control, especially by exploiting fear, anxiety, etc.: The state is based on successfully coercing the individual.

ORS 163.275: Coercion
(1)A person commits the crime of coercion when the person compels or induces another person to engage in conduct from which the other person has a legal right to abstain, or to abstain from engaging in conduct in which the other person has a legal right to engage, by means of instilling in the other person a fear that, if the other person refrains from the conduct compelled or induced or engages in conduct contrary to the compulsion or inducement, the actor or another will:
Unlawfully cause physical injury to some person;
Engage in conduct constituting a crime;
Falsely accuse some person of a crime or cause criminal charges to be instituted against the person;
Testify falsely or provide false information or withhold testimony or information with respect to another’s legal claim or defense; or
Unlawfully use or abuse the person’s position as a public servant by performing some act within or related to official duties, or by failing or refusing to perform an official duty, in such manner as to affect some person adversely.
(2)Coercion is a Class C felony.

>> So if the government, nor anyone else can interfere with your rights of conscience, which is explicitly listed under [Article 1: Section 3: Freedom of Religious Opinion], then to do so, would in fact be criminal deprivation of rights under color of official right. This action is specifically prohibited under federal laws 18 usc 241(conspiracy) and 242(deprivation of rights), and even further prohibited by §1951. Interference with commerce by threats or violence, which states:
(a) Whoever in any way or degree obstructs, delays, or affects commerce or the movement of any article or commodity in commerce, by robbery or extortion or attempts or conspires so to do, or commits or threatens physical violence to any person or property in furtherance of a plan or purpose to do anything in violation of this section shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

(b) As used in this section-

(1) The term "robbery" means the unlawful taking or obtaining of personal property from the person or in the presence of another, against his will, by means of actual or threatened force, or violence, or fear of injury, immediate or future, to his person or property, or property in his custody or possession, or the person or property of a relative or member of his family or of anyone in his company at the time of the taking or obtaining.

(2) The term "extortion" means the obtaining of property from another, with his consent, induced by wrongful use of actual or threatened force, violence, or fear, or under color of official right.

(3) The term "commerce" means commerce within the District of Columbia, or any Territory or Possession of the United States; all commerce between any point in a State, Territory, Possession, or the District of Columbia and any point outside thereof; all commerce between points within the same State through any place outside such State; and all other commerce over which the United States has jurisdiction.

Offenses Against Property

ORS 164.005

As used in chapter 743, Oregon Laws 1971, unless the context requires otherwise:

(1)“Appropriate property of another to oneself or a third person” or “appropriate” means to:

(a)Exercise control over property of another, or to aid a third person to exercise control over property of another, permanently or for so extended a period or under such circumstances as to acquire the major portion of the economic value or benefit of such property; or

(b)Dispose of the property of another for the benefit of oneself or a third person.

(2)“Deprive another of property” or “deprive” means to:

(a)Withhold property of another or cause property of another to be withheld from that person permanently or for so extended a period or under such circumstances that the major portion of its economic value or benefit is lost to that person; or

(b)Dispose of the property in such manner or under such circumstances as to render it unlikely that an owner will recover such property.

(3)“Obtain” includes, but is not limited to, the bringing about of a transfer or purported transfer of property or of a legal interest therein, whether to the obtainer or another.

(4)“Owner of property taken, obtained or withheld” or “owner” means any person who has a right to possession thereof superior to that of the taker, obtainer or withholder.

(5)“Property” means any article, substance or thing of value, including, but not limited to, money, tangible and intangible personal property, real property, choses-in-action, evidence of debt or of contract.

>> A person has a right of personal property possession superior to that of any "taker", and that property includes "tangible" such as your body and physical possessions, and "intangible" property, things like your rights, intellectual property, information, etc. That would then make the "taker" exercising control over one's decision making that is directly related to not only bodily actions, but also your own conscious decisions, medical or otherwise, all of which are protected by the Oregon Constitution, Article 1 sections 2, 3, 9, 20, 21 and 34, by elements of law, guilty of Extortion by ORS 164.075, and Deprivation of Rights under Color of Law, 18 usc 242.