NOBODY has the right to tell another what they must/mustn't do and then excercise power to enforce compliance - a definition for that is 'bully'. When a bully terrorizes a schoolyard, the stronger teachers bully the bully into not being a bully. When a bully fights in a street, the stronger (better armed and greater numbers) police bully, bullies the bully into a squad car and the court bully, bullies the bully into a jail cell. BUT, the bully law NEVER had the right to bully, AND it's rampant bullying doubtlessly taught all the smaller bullies how to bully in the first place.
It's ironic that JK offered a 'bully' anecdote as a parable of how law 'protected' me. How did any of you feel when you suffered at the hands of a bully? Did you feel like kicking the bully's young sister in the shins? Because that way you could strike back at the bully through a more vulnerable place? (That's an analogy of the law 'painting a target' on innocent people.) The law bullies everyone and even though you try to suppress it, I'm certain that all of you resent the law's bullying sometimes. How much of today's crime and violence is actually bully victims hitting back at the bully law?
What did your Mom and Dad tell you about how to handle a bully? You stand up to them and say 'you don't have the right to push me around.' Well, despite all of you trying to bully me into silence, I'm saying as loudly to the law as I can--"Law does NOT have the right to bully me, and tell me what I must/mustn't do, or to punish me for non-compliance." I can say so without fear, because LAW doesn't even exist in a form: it's only a flawed concept in your minds: it has no power in mine.
Now, if any of you wish to discuss how to form a REAL justice system that is based on societal rights, instead of on the principle of 'big bully', I'm available. If you want to keep suffering my slams on the law, for which you have no valid come-backs, I'm good with that too.