Agents of the corporation who violently enforce prohibition do so smug in the knowledge that they may act with impunity. Even if a victim manages to win a civil action against the state, the individual agents are not held accountable and any damages are paid by the state (corporation).
I have been blogging the lien process here as an attempt to make individual agents accountable for their unlawful actions but the game has just been upped a level. The International Tribunal for Natural Justice is set to hear it’s first case this year. Anybody who has suffered at the hands of corporate agents can now open a case with the ITNJ.