Citizens Grand Jury not just for Georgia and Illinois-exciting and important information for all States!

Folks, I learned of some exciting and important information for the Citizens Grand Juries today! This information presents great hope to Citizens Grand Juries in all States. This should encourage all states to start forming their own Grand Juries.

I just spoke with Carl Swensson and we have some very exciting news for the upcoming Illinois Citizens Grand Jury. The first jury that met was in Georgia, led by Carl Swensson. The wording was such that they were the American Grand Jury. We have since received counsel from Sam Sewell that will excite everyone who is on the Illinois CGJ! Since we are convening as a Citizens Grand Jury,and we don't need JUDICIAL APPROVAL, WE have the power to subpoena Hawaii, Occidental College and Harvard University, among others! We don't have to wait for a jury to hear us as we are the jury AND this is a right under a Citizens Grand Jury!

Again, we have the POWER to issue subpoenas to the entity that holds the records: State of Hawaii, Occidental, Columbia, Harvard,State Department, etc. When Obama challenges it (we know he will), it will then go straight to SCOTUS upon Original Jurisdiction and the Patriots will win.

No questions about standing, No sanctions. No dismissals, Nada. Straight win in SCOTUS. We have the United States Constitution on our side and that is the Supreme Law of the Land.

Please listen to Carl Swensson tomorrow night (Thursday, April 23) at 8:00 p.m. CST on The Mark McGrew Show, we Carl will reiterate what he learned and I have shared with you today!!! (LISTEN TO CARL SWENSSON ON THE MARK MCGREW SHOW 4/23, 8 PM CST) (GRAND JURIES DON'T NEED JUDICIAL APPROVAL!!!) (CARL SWENSSON'S WEBSITE)

Thank you! History will be made!


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Pouring Oil on Troubled Waters

Pouring Oil on Troubled Waters

The calming effect of oil was known to the ancient Greeks. In 1762, Benjamin Franklin repeated an experiment first performed by Pliny, which he reported in A Letter from Benjamin Franklin to William Brownrigg, 1773:

“I then went to the windward side where they (the waves) began to form; and there the oil, though not more than a teaspoonful, produced an instant calm over a space several yards square which spread amazingly and extended itself gradually till it reached the lee side, making all that quarter of the pond, perhaps half an acre, as smooth as a looking glass.”

A strong wind that goes by many names is troubling the waters in America. I don’t have enough metaphorical oil to calm the metaphorical troubled waters of all America. However, maybe I have enough oil to calm the trouble stirred up by issues surrounding the Grand Jury effort to indict AKA Obama.

Something as dramatic as citizens themselves deciding to take action by forming Grand Juries to indict a President is certain to stir up emotions on both sides of the issue. My goal in this essay is to replace impulsive emotions with facts and reason.

Let me start with the dangers that emotions can present as a component to solving problems.

Every thought we think changes the activity of specific chemicals in the brain called neuropeptides. What we are thinking about determines what our emotions are.

Interestingly, certain kinds of thinking produce more emotional chemicals than other types of thinking. Analytical, organizational, logistical, and mathematical thinking produces very few emotions. That is why accountants, technical professionals, and mathematicians seem to be so emotionally flat.

Conversely, creative, poetic, descriptive, and interpersonal thinking produces many emotions. People like actors, writers, musicians, and artists frequently have enough emotions for a family of four all by themselves.

Emotions cloud our thinking, cause us to be impulsive, and alienate others. Problem solving is better served by reason than by feelings.

So let’s begin with all of those irrational fear mongers who are trying to discourage people from participating in a Grand Jury. From them, we are hearing things like: “People can’t go around just starting their own ‘pretend’ Grand Juries. That has got to be against the law. You’ll get arrested. You will go to jail for falsifying a court document and impersonating a court official. You have no right to do such a thing!”

Compare such scare tactics aimed at frightening citizens to this clearly stated, rational wording in the Handbook of Texas:

“The grand jury's investigation of any matter may be initiated by the court, the district attorney, its own members, or any credible person. The grand jury may summon witnesses by subpoena and examine them under oath. On completion of an investigation the grand jury determines by vote whether or not an indictment should be presented to the court; nine votes are necessary for a decision to indict, and nine members also constitute a quorum.”

I have also heard anti-grand Jury people making emotionally driven arguments like: “Ordinary people can’t just go around making decisions in Grand Juries without being supervised by a lawyer. The whole justice system will fall apart if lawyers aren’t supervising Grand Juries. Who knows what horrible injustices they will commit without a lawyer to guide them?”

In many states governmental lawyers are not only NOT welcome in Grand Jury sessions, they are actually banned by law from any participation in Grand Jury sessions. Take Virginia, for example. The mere presence of a lawyer representing the government will invalidate any decision of a Grand Jury. Without the dramatic rhetoric, see how the State of Virginia explains the Grand Jury’s relationship to any such attorneys.

"To keep the Grand Jury free from any pressure from the State, Virginia makes it illegal for any attorney representing the State to appear before the Grand Jury, except as a witness.
If, however, members of the Grand Jury have questions about their duties, they may ask the Commonwealth's Attorney for advice.

Except for these two cases, if a Commonwealth's Attorney appears in the Grand Jury Room while the Grand Jury is there, any indictment returned "A True Bill" by the Grand Jury is invalid (no good). Therefore, while a Grand Jury may request the appearance of the Commonwealth's Attorney to testify as a witness or to explain some principle of law about the discharge of their duties, they cannot seek his advice as to whether they should return an indictment as "A True Bill." If a Grand Jury finds that it is in need of advice as to its duties but doesn't know if it can invite the Commonwealth's Attorney into the Grand Jury Room to explain, it should notify the judge that it desires further instructions, and it will receive such instructions in open court. "

So, far from citizens not having the authority to form Grand Juries, and far from citizens not being able to function in a grand jury without the advice of an attorney, we discover that the Grand Jury option is designed to be initiated by citizens and to function free from the influence of governmental attorneys.

Although the laws may vary from state to state, Grand Juries are viewed the way United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia sees them,

“In fact, the whole theory of its function is that it belongs to no branch of the institutional Government, serving as a kind of buffer or referee between the Government and the people."

Also, United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ruled in the case of United States vs. Williams, 504 U.S. 36 at 48 (1992):

“Rooted in long centuries of Anglo-American history, Hannah v. Larche, 363 US 420, 490 (1960) with J. Frankfurter concurring in result, the Grand Jury is mentioned in the Bill of Rights, but not in the body of the Constitution. It has not been textually assigned, therefore, to any of the three branches described in the first three Articles. It is a constitutional fixture in its own right.”

Clearly stated: The Grand Jury is a separate and equal Constitutional power.
The Grand Jury is not a tool for government to use against its citizens.

So my first teaspoon of rational oil is to still the waters roiled by those who intentionally promulgate unfounded rumors. They are so threatened by the constitutional power of the Grand Jury that they irresponsibly spread their reckless gossip in an attempt to frighten citizens away from exercising their legitimate constitutional rights.

My second teaspoon of rational oil is to be used to still all the angry anti-AKA Obama citizens who use more rhetoric than reason to express themselves.

There are not going to be any lynch parties for politicians. As much as we might mention ‘torches and pitchforks,’ the only revolution I support and the only revolutions supported by the leadership of the Grand Jury movement is a revolution as defined by the U. S. Constitution. Our forefathers had the wisdom to provide a way for citizens to redress their grievances in a peaceful way.

If you personally have any other intentions, please remove yourself from my email list and do not post on this blog. If you express irresponsible rhetoric that even hints of any action that is not covered by your constitutional rights, please disassociate yourself from the Grand Jury movement. Such attitudes are more of a liability than an asset to the cause.

We welcome and appreciate patriots who are committed to the principles of Constitutional Government.

A little reminder from some old friends of mine:

You say you got a real solution
Well, you know
We'd all love to see the plan
You ask me for a contribution
Well, you know
We're doing what we can
But when you want money
for people with minds that hate
All I can tell is brother you have to wait
The Illinois Citizens Grand Jury indicted Barack Hussein Obama on Saturday, May 2, 2009 in Hodgkins, Illinois. A fellow patriot and I organized this jury and Dr. Orly Taitz assisted us with the presentment. We will be issuing subpoenas throughout the courts in Illinois very soon.
Pouring Oil on Troubled Waters

Press Contact
Sam Sewell,
National Spokesperson for American Grand Jury
Fax (239) 591-1987
Phone: Clinic Office – (239) 591-4565
Ask for Dr. Sam
We at American Grand Jury hear what the people are saying and have charged Obama with “presentments” of guilt. On Satruday, May 30th at 2:30 pm, the convened Grand Jury handed down the YES votes of 31 members, unanimous, to INDICT Barack Obama with the “presentments” of Fraud and Treason.
Americans may yet be saved from this Islamic menace (and, yes, Obama is a radical Muslim that believes in waging jihad warfare against all 'unbelievers' trust me on that) to Americans and humanity. Let us all pray that Obama is stopped dead in his tracks by us--ASAP!
Ordinary people can make extroaordinary history...
This is exciting and wonderful news! I will be praying for the Grand Juries and for all who go to Washington, D.C. on Sept. 12, 2009. I pray for God to go before you and that God will be Glorified in the Victory of this Battle.

Peggy, Austin, Texas



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