a reply to: MrPenny
You can ignore me. You too bruce. That is your right.
Thankfully, under the Supreme Law, The United States Constitution (Article 6), that is not how it works here in the United States. You cannot ignore
people's accusations, especially if they claim to have evidence of wrongdoing, or, the law on their side. All such things must be given its day in
not just a Nisi Prius court, but the Grand Jury.
US Attorney's can not ignore accusations. If requested, a Grand Jury must be informed. Title 18 U.S.C3332
“Any such attorney receiving information concerning such an alleged offense from any other person shall, if requested by such other person, inform
the grand jury of such alleged offense, the identity of such person, and such attorneys action or recommendation.”
"In our view, tradition and the dynamics of the constitutional scheme of separation of powers define a limited function for both court and prosecutor
in their dealings with the grand jury.
But under the constitutional scheme, the grand jury is not and should not be captive to any of the three branches. The grand jury is a
pre-constitutional institution,”[citing case law]" - UNITED STATES v. CHANEN,C.A.9th, 1977, 549 F.2d. 1306,1312
What is a Grand Jury?
Are Grand Juries lynch mobs ? Per merriam-webster: grand jury. grand jury. Jury that examines accusations against persons suspected of committing a
crime and, if the evidence warrants it, issues formal charges on which the accused are later tried (see indictment).
Lynch mob indeed.
Grand Juries are the right of all American people, per Obligation of Contract, Article 1 Section 10 Clause 1, United States Constitution. The US
Constitution is a Social Contract.
Penalty for non-compliance of public servant's:
Any public servant’s failure to act promptly, such as is required by Title 18 USC 3332 and Title 18 4 is provided for in Title 18 3, which says
“Whoever, knowing that an offense against the United States has been committed, receives, comforts or assists the offender in order to hinder or
prevent his apprehension, trial or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.”
18 USC 241, 18 USC 242, 42 USC 1983, 42 USC 1985, 42 USC 1986
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