Thursday, June 12, 2008

Randy Kelton


Deborah Stevens and Randall Kelton, picture found on http://ruleoflawradio.com/

A friend of mine told me that Randy Kelton, in Texas, was using the still intact grand jury system to keep judges, prosecutors, police, and lawyers more honest, as they might fear prosecution, if they do wrong.

The Grand Jury system is being dismantled nationwide to deny average citizens justice and representation for their taxation.

http://www.jurisimprudence.com/

In modern America do we suffer each day, more than our forefathers did when they complained about the Intolerable Acts?

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[click here] for the OpEd News Article with the title, "Ending the Reign of the Den of Thieves"

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The Grand Jury System explained, and why we need a good one:


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Should judges, lawyers, prosecutors, police, elected officials, and others "working" for our hard earned tax dollars be able to steal at will? Would the individual in [this video] have gotten justice in his state had there been a viable Grand Jury System in his state's court system? Should judges and lawyers be able to steal millions of dollars and then arbitrarily jail those that have evidence against them?

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[click here] for Steven G. Erickson's docket # and complaint to CT Atty Gen.

Police are using taxpayer money to pay state register police confidential informants to commit crimes, frame and terrorize citizens, beat and kill citizens, and make the quality of life in downtown Connecticut unbearable for the Elitist’s unwanted citizens. [video of typical police informant antics]

http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/


[click here] for my previous post on the Grand Jury system w/ video

My email: stevengerickson@yahoo.com, to share this post, click on white envelope below


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Google Video where Alex Jones interviews Randy Kelton, "Rule of Law" may still work:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1474080089414265478

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The other thing Missing
is the Planely spelled out Lawsuits at Common Law for anything over 20$.
Now fine, iof they wanna adjust the rate to match the inflation of 20$ OK
But where are these common law courts for such a Lawsuit ???

Sunday, October 24, 2010 4:07:00 PM  

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