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Guardians served gov's...Ok....and? nothing

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posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 08:06 PM
reply to post by felonius

felonious, we need to start using the system that is operational now.

I have been fighting the system for decades. The last two times that I have been charged with something, I have requested jury trials. The DA always offered something. Of course I turned it down, than they dropped the charges.

I to this day have helped to clear 3 people of charges because I was a member of a jury.

We can make a difference by following one tenet when serving as a juror. Did the person that is the defendant in a trial actually hurt another, is there a victim?

posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 01:27 AM
No. It was a hypothetical question and scenario. Thats my thing too.

If we're smart, I believe we can use the system. I know a couple of judges, several detectives, cops, various politicians.

Not ONE knows diddly about admiralty law. They judge by the book and their gut instinct.

Cant say that these represent all though.

I do think this "Guardian" thing is a front. Who knows. I'm paranoid.

You know what they say about paranoia, right?

posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 01:31 AM

Nuffsaid is a BRAND NEW member.

1 thread about concentration camps.

Hmm. Wonder who he works for?

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