Those poor “Common Law Grand Jury” people

They spam the police Fax with meaningless drivel and then receive a fax telling them to no longer send faxes to a list of phone numbers. It’s good that one can stop these commercial spam forms of harassment.

The “Common Law Grand Jury” was not happy and decided to ‘educate’ the police and others as to the meaning of the Constitution.

Enjoy and laugh a little

They see themselves as sovereigns and the boss of those who run out Government. Sorry my friends that is not how our system works. While the “common law grand jury” is a growing phenomenon, it will quickly wither away when the courts and others keep ignoring it and treating it for what it really is: a group of concerned citizens.


3 thoughts on “Those poor “Common Law Grand Jury” people

  1. If I were on the grand jury, I would have said much of the same, but less confrontationally.

  2. So what part do you believe to be relevant here? Sure, the ‘Common Law Grand Jury”, not to be confused with a Grand Jury, can petition the courts and legislature to be taken seriously but that is unlikely given the fact that they are just a small interest group. Perhaps they should first focus on this fundamental flaw in their position? And also read the case they so often cite, including Scalia’s comments about the GJ being separate but managed by the courts and the prosecutor? The case in which it was decided that the prosecutor cannot be forced to inform the grand jury of all the facts, and even without facts that would disprove the guilt of the accused. It’s a bad ruling but it still does not support the “Common Law Grand Jury”s position.

    What a waste of the Court’s time and resources. And spamming the Faxes of law enforcement is just dumb.

  3. For example “The Right that our servants have a problem obeying it the “redress of grievances”. ”

    But there is no right for redress of grievances but rather a right to petition for such. Big difference and again this lies at the foundation of the “Common Law Grand Jury”‘s failures.

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