RIP: Carroll Arthur Smith Mizell

He had his bones broken, his blood spilled, and served time as a political prisoner, fighting for the common law Bill of Rights.

Reno Gazette Journal

Reno – Carroll Arthur Smith Mizell ‘Cal’, age 60, of Reno NV, passed away on December 14, 2019 at Saint Mary’s Hospital after a long and hard-fought battle with COPD. Born November 10, 1959 in Albuquerque, NM to Carroll Wood Mizell and Anne Qua (Hebert) Smith. Cal was an artist, musician, carpenter and student of the constitution and law.

He is survived by (Teresa Stuart); children Jacque Mizell; Georgia Mizell; 5 grandchildren; sister Ann “Schatzi” Ligon; 2 brothers Tom Smith; Dean Smith; 4 nephews; 1 niece; stepfather Larry Smith and (Donna) Smith; Elvis the dog; Rocky the bird.

Please join us and share stories in a celebration of Cal’s life on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at 2:00 pm-3:30 pm at Life Church, 1535 S. Virginia St, Reno, NV

9 thoughts on “RIP: Carroll Arthur Smith Mizell

  1. Sounds like a good man imho. He had the respect and credibility from Henry, so I’ll take that as word to God’s ears.

    Rest in Peace, good soldier. It won’t be in vain.

  2. So sorry, Henry and Laura. Not easy to lose a fighter-friend. May his spirit sore and still strengthen all who knew and loved him.


  3. Always a sad day when a defender of the Bill of Rights is taken away. May we all soldier on continuing the fight to restore the peoples’ Common Law Courts and the Bill of Rights as the Supreme Law.

  4. I didn’t know you Mr. Mizell but I thank you for the battles you fought and the pain you endured on behalf of our precious Bill of Rights. I raise my glass to you sir.

  5. My condolences for a friends loss.

    I can only pray and hope that we do not leave these bodies until we see at least the beginning of true Rebellion against this tyrannical, criminal global system of hegemony.

    Our children, grand children and a future free humanity; are counting on us to not be like our predecessors and allow this evil to continue.

  6. Sad news, condolences to his family. It seems we are losing some of our best way too young, while the evil ones continue to live well into their 80s and 90s. Something is not right.

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