The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
If I could have but one wish, it would be that everyone in America would be fully educated about jury nullification.
This is what needs to spread, far & wide: http://fija.org/--Johnathan
"Citizens can learn and use jury power to thwart unjust prosecutions"If you're talking about the same dipshits who can't even name the Speaker of the House, then good luck with that.
It seems the height of foolishness to rely on a court system - regardless of outcome the defendant always loses. The prosecution ALWAYS wins - it is the process itself that is punishment, a punishment which the prosecution never faces.
I like the idea but wonder if it gets to be at all common how long it will take the powers that be to criminalize the practice. I have no doubt that, if they put their devious, scheming little minds to it, they'll be able to come up with something that SOUNDS legitimate but in reality is just a way to railroad anyone they want.
www.fija.orgfully informed jury associationGo there and learn!
Petty juries operating under statutory codes are created to rubber stamp tyranny. Supreme Court precedent guarantees sovereignty of the people over their government in the form of a real grand jury, operating under common law. Governments officials who act outside of the scope of their office have committed a crime, and a common law grand jury, on its own initiative, can hear evidence, and vote on a "presentment" (see 5th Amendment to Constitution, it's right there) of a public official for crimes against the people.Once the government officials are on a short leash and at risk of becoming destitute should their surety bond be revoked, they will be petrified of doing anything violative of the rights of the people, such as attempting to bring non-crimes before a court.
What happens if the prosecution or others involved in juror selection uses profiling information illegally hoovered up by the NSA to stack the jury?
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