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    Clarifying Presentments to Grand Juries By Ron Branson March 28, 2013 Dear David Phillips: You have stated to me W e need to research and clarify the
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      Clarifying Presentments to Grand Juries
      By Ron Branson
      March 28, 2013

      Dear David Phillips:

      You have stated to me "We need to research and clarify the procedure for a Special Grand Jury." Your concern will provide a wonderful and educational subject for discussion for everyone, hence, I am distributing for all to be a part.

      I trust that by now you have received my dissertation on this matter which I sent to
      Thomas Bumgardner. Therein, I discussed that our Founding Fathers, having seen the need for the People to be the last and final word in control of their government, surely did not mean to preclude the People from access to their own Grand Juries in making Presentments. Such preclusion would leave the government uniquely in the position of bring the only one who could bring its own conduct before Grand Juries.

      In opposing such argument, I would like to appeal to pure logic. In Declaration of Independence our Founding Fathers set forth that all governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. It would be an absolute senseless contradiction to reason that our Founding Fathers meant to preclude us, the People, from the Grand Jury process, and preserve that right exclusively to governments policing themselves. This would lead to an inevitable revolt by the People, and certain anarchy when the People decided that they had had enough crime and politicking by their government. Are we not nearing that stage now, which proves my point? Access to Grand Juries by the People is an absolute necessity if we are going to preserve the future of our country!

      Yes, you are correct, this issue of presentments needs to be clarified to make it clear that the People have access to Grand Juries. This clarification is precisely what I was very careful to include within the creation of the J.A.I.L. Special Grand Jury system. J.A.I.L. does not tamper with the Fifth Amendment as written, but leaves it totally intact. Rather it creates a SPECIAL Grand Jury specifically reserved as a Sword in the hands of the People to fill this needed clarification.

      The government does perceives what J.A.I.L. (Judicial Accountability Initiative Law) will do on this issue, and that is precisely why it scares the [explicitive deleted] out of them. Read how our State Attorney General, Bill Lockyer in California, said about J.A.I.L. when he defined what this Initiative would do if passed in California; 
      "JUDGES. RESTRICTIONS ON JUDICIAL IMMUNITY. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Supersedes existing judicial immunity and creates three 25-member 'Special Grand Juries' empowered to: determine if a judge may invoke judicial immunity in a civil suit; indict and, through a special trial jury, convict and sentence a judge for criminal conduct; and permanently remove a judge who receives three adverse immunity decisions or three criminal convictions. Disallows immunity for deliberate violations of law, fraud, conspiracy, intentional due process violations, deliberate disregard of material facts, judicial acts outside the court's jurisdiction, unreasonable delay of a case, or any deliberate constitutional violation."

      Thus, through this J.A.I.L. Initiative, as explained by the Attorney General, the People can then reach government officials by making them the subject of civil lawsuits, and naming their criminal conduct. We fully anticipate that the judges will cover for these criminal charges against government officials. So then, we the People, just exhaust all judicial remedies within the State, thus making these judges also culpable in the government's crimes as fellow conspirators. Thus, we gain access now to the Special Grand Jury without any participation or interference of District Attorneys or State Attorney Generals. It will be just us in the process, and we, the People, have regained total control over our government, as the way our Founding Fathers intended it to be.

      Thank you for being sharp in recognizing this necessity for this clarification in Grand Jury Presentments.

      Ron Branson
      VictoryUSA@...



       
      -------- Original Message --------
      Ron -
       
      We need to research and clarify the procedure for a Special Grand Jury to make a PRESENTMENT.
       
      Many people are aware of this possibility, but not the actual procedure.
       
      I think if we could come up with the proper procedure (and it may vary slightly from place to place), it would be a great help.
       
      But, you are on the right track.

          David Phillips
          lasertech2008@...

      From: Ron Branson <VictoryUSA@...>
      To: Arnie <arnie@...>
      Sent: Monday, March 25, 2013 10:19 AM
      Subject: Seeking Inferior Remedies!

      Seeking Inferior Remedies!
      By Ron Branson

      This past Saturday, March 23rd, 2013, I was invited to speak at the Simi Valley Library, (California) in which I presented the issue that Grand Juries are the highest and most supreme power within these United States. No serious criminal action of any kind, may be commenced against any person without their authority, to wit; "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or other infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a
      Grand Jury ..."  Amendment V,  U.S. Constitution. Furthermore, the People within the various States have a superior power compared to the limited federal power of government as defined in the 9th and 10th Amendments.

      Within the States, the People themselves have, and retain to themselves all political power, and have the right to alter or amend all forms of government, to wit; "All political power is inherent in the People. .... [T]hey have the right to alter or reform it when the public good may require." Art. II, Sec. 1, California Constitution. (See also other various State's Constitutions)

      So, if all political power resides within the People, and the People, sitting as Grand Jurors, have the ultimate control over all criminal matters and are free to indict whomsoever they will, including public officials, why propose Recalls of public officials? Are we not thereby relinquishing our ultimate power of indictment through ourselves as Grand Jurors, to a lessor more impotent means of seeking a remedy through playing in a political sand box?

      I have presented the one and only way we will ever recover our country, and that is through our inherent power to establish Special Grand Juries throughout the various States. But yet we choose to ignore this ultimate power reserved only to us, and seek expensive inferior time-consuming political remedies.

      Ron Branson
      National JAIL4Judges Commander-In-Chief
      VictoryUSA@...


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