January 6, 2008 | Filed Under Activism, Humor, political
Interesting T-shirt, where do I get mine?
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The way I read it, since Government does not want to use the Constitutional tool of a Civil Grand Jury (they used to be widely used in Massachusetts and California to keep a lid on Government mingmnaaemest), then if you can get a Constitutional expert to put one together, you can make a presentment’ to the American people on just about anything!The reason this practice was stopped is because they were made fun of by the social club of Kangaroos,’ which held Kangaroo Courts as a form of entertainment in the ’20s and ’30s, mocking the early practices of some famous frontier judges who were paid by the trial.So, the practice kind of dropped out of sight, because of all the mockery that was made of it.Still, they are perfectly legal, and might be useful. There is absolutely nothing anyone can do to stop you, because it is also protected by the 9th Amendment: just like Obama’s Right of Privacy.’So, government is only interested in the Criminal Grand Jury now, which is tightly reigned in by civil practices, designed to control runaway’ Grand Juries.The Grand Jury was the premise behind Kevin Kostner’s movie on the assassination of President Kennedy years ago, directed by Oliver Stone.There the Kennedy Assassination was examined by a New Orleans Grand Jury.
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