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Reply by Old Rooster16 minutes ago

Amendment V; US Constitution:

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury,

[NBC: The Fifth Amendment's Grand Jury clause has not been extended to include the States who have the right to determine how to deal with a Grand Jury. In Florida, for example, Grand Juries are rarely used and an indictment by a prosecutor is in most cases sufficient.]

Has there been an indictment or a presentment presented before a Grand Jury in the case again Mr. Terry Trussell? If so – Where is it?

[NBC: Wrong question.]

This, and many other cases, are prime examples of precisely how the criminals claiming to be authorities of government confess that they are in fact criminals them selves.

[NBC: Or some amongst 'we the people' who do not understand our Constitition]

It is now Sunday October 12th, 11:25 am, to the best of this writers knowledge Mr. Terry George Trussell is being held against his will in solitary confinement in a Dixie County Florida jail.

[NBC: Most people are held against there will in Jail]

Also to the best of this writers knowledge no one has lifted a finger to help him. Is there not one individual within the National Liberty Alliance, and the movement to restore the Common Law of this Nation, who is willing and capable of standing in defense of this true American Patriot? This judge and this Florida prosecutor have clearly acted in violation of Article V of the Constitution of The United States of America. And yet not one individual has made an effort to right this injustice and free this man from this unlawful incarceration. If We-The-People are not willing to stand and demand true Justice under this Constitution then all of this movement to restore the Common Law of this land is no more than another line of useless rhetoric.

[NBC: You have got it right. The 'Common Law' restoration movement is full of useless rhetoric, in addition to being wrong about our Constitution, Common Law, and judicial procedure. It's nothing more than a 'knitting club' of like minded people who dream about the 'good old days' and are upset with today's policies.]

The Myth of the Fringed Flag

A persistent, but meritless myth amongst many Sovereign Citizens is that the ‘fringed’ flag in the court rooms indicates that the court is under Admiralty jurisdiction.

The American Legion explains

Fringing of the flag is neither approved of nor prohibited by the Flag Code. The American Legion considers that fringe is used as an honorable enrichment to the Flag. Additionally the courts have deemed without merit and frivolous, lawsuits that contend that the gold fringe adorning the flag conferred Admiralty/Maritime jurisdiction.

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Colorado – Delta County – No funding for ‘common law’ grand jury

Twenty members of a local group that advocates formation of a “common law grand jury” in Delta County asked the county commissioners for funding on Monday, but they did not receive any support. County commission chair Bruce Hovde told the group, “The county is not in a (financial) position to do any funding.”

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Besides declining to provide funding or other support, commissioners expressed issues with all key points of the group’s program.

Commissioner Doug Atchley stated his view, based on the U.S. Constitution, that American government has three branches,  not four.

The group had previously given commissioners information on their program, and Atchley noted that the grand juries in use today do not have authority to determine guilt or innocence, as in his view the common law grand jury apparently would.

“I am not inclined to give you space in the courthouse, not inclined to give you funding, and I am not inclined to recognize you, “Atchley said.

Hovde said, “I concur with Commissioner Atchley. There are (legal) procedures already in place to call a grand jury.

“The county is not in a position, by my call, to fund you or provide space. I do not recognize you as having the authority to be a grand jury.”

In spite of disagreements, the discussion, if pointed, was amiable.

“I commend you for coming,” Hovde said. “I appreciate your concerns. But we follow the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, and also the law. We have obligations under the law that we must follow.”

Source: Delta County Independent

The Constitution prevailed once again.

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