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There Comes A Time When
We Must Just Shoot The Bastardsby Ron Branson
John Kotmair, than you for writing me about enforcement. Early on within JAIL4Judges I sought out knowledgeable souls familiar with law to act as "devil's advocates." I did not want these People to praise the work I had placed into this important piece of legislation, but to brutally attack my work. For this purpose, I visited the Bakersfield Militia Organization known for their stern nature. At that event, I was challenged on the very point of which you are bring up, i.e., "Enforcement."
As a result, I returned home to prepare a section on Enforcement. It is now within JAIL4judges as paragraph 20, which reads, "20. Enforcement. No person exercising strict enforcement of the findings of a Special Grand Jury shall be held liable civilly, criminally, or in contempt."
Essentially, its intent is to give the People complete and total immunity when they are carrying out the strict enforcement of the findings of the Special Grand Jury. While this paragraph does not mention the County Sheriff, or his authority, common sense dictates to allow the Sheriff to have the first crack at enforcing the findings of the Special Grand Jury.
However, after allowing the Sheriff first crack, the People may step in and enforce this provision by any physical means necessary to carry out its purpose.
This means that you, or whoever, may grab a shotgun, and solicit whoever else wishes to enforce this provision, to enter the judge's chambers and order the judge so defrocked by this Grand Jury to vacate his office post haste. For instance, an order may be to give the judge 30 minutes to get his personal belonging thrown into a box and out the door. Otherwise, he shall be bodily apprehended and escorted out of the judge's chambers. There is nothing of which any government agency may do to interfere with this removal.
Now should the Sheriff not remove the judge, and instead interfere with a judge's removal, the Sheriff may be duly warned that if he interferes, he will be physically arrested for interfering with this lawful process. I like your words here, "I use to tell people who would tell me they had the power of citizen's arrest when I was on the police force, yes you do, but only if you are able."
These People who are acting upon an order of the finding of the Special Grand Jury cannot, and shall not in any way be held liable civilly, criminally, or in contempt. They are totally immune from all retribution as if a diplomat carrying out his duties.
I was accused, in respect to this paragraph 20 of granting immunity, when the provisions of J.A.I.L itself calls for accountability of judicial immunity, and that I was therefore hypocritical.
The difference is clearly distinguishable. A judge swears by an Oath to faithfully uphold the Constitution, being a public employee, and a servant to the People. Contrariwise, when these People are carrying out the enforcement of the findings of the Special Grand Jury, they are not public employees, or servants of the People. THEY ARE THE PEOPLE.
We, the People, have the unquestionable Power to cloth ourselves with inherent immunity whensoever the situation calls for it. As stated, "Desperate times calls for desperate measures!" In other words, "So be it!" Ultimate authority has to stop somewhere, and that somewhere lies within the Power of the People having total immunity for their lawful actions.
Yes, there even arises times when the People may have to just shoot the bastards, as thus saith the Declaration of Independence. We cannot, and must not shy away from what absolutely must be, and can not be otherwise. We are totally within our Rights! It was David who said prior to killing the giant, "What have I now done? Is there not a cause?" I Samuel 17:29.
Thank you, John Kotmair for bringing this issue up of enforcement. As you say, "Any good results from the action of a Special Grand Jury will only happen if they have the power to enforce them." I shall use this email for teaching an education to the People as it relates to Enforcement. Farethewell, Brother.
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Subject: Re: Grand Juries Are Dumb Asses Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 17:25:21 -0500 From: John Kotmair <johnkotmair@...> Reply-To: johnkotmair@... To: Ron Branson <VictoryUSA@...> CC: Bob Hurt <bob@...>
Special Grand Juries are all well and good, and may even have legal validity. But, as I use to tell people who would tell me they had the power of citizen's arrest when I was on the police force, yes you do, but only if you are able. Any good results from the action of a Special Grand Jury will only happen if they have the power to enforce them. I say good luck.