Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Jurry Nullification is the best way to keep Government Under Control

The Jury is our last line of defense against an out of control Government moving toward Fascism. There are many groups of activists today who all have their issues and Special Interests. They spend lots of money lobbying law makers for things they want no matter who's liberties they may step on to get what they want.

We hold primaries and elections to choose the best candidate to run for office and they all take an oath to uphold and protect your Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness, until they get elected. Then they soon forget that thing called the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

But lucky for Americans, we still have that last VOTE that not only counts, but can NULLIFY all the bad and unconstitutional laws our wayward elected employees make.

Here are the two most FEARED words that our Government never wants to hear.


Here are two recent cases where We The People knew and understood the real POWER we have and put the true meaning back into the words, "Of  The People, By The People, For The People"!

New Hampshire Jury Nullifies its First Felony Marijuana Case


Raw Milk Co-Op Farmer Acquitted Through Jury Nullification


Unknown said...

Sorry Rose, this comment is not about the Jurry Nullification. Back in 2004, I met with you at Denny's on 44th St, in Grand Rapids. You gave me a bunch of CD's about the tax movement. Also in that discussion, you told me about, how you our your husband found a "Court Rule" saying something to the effect of "a Judge may not dismiss evidence, if it is on public record." I am currently researching Michigan law, and would like to know what Rule Number that was, so I can show family and friends. This was the only way I could figure out how to ask this of you. If you can, email me at detrix42@gmail.com

I am happy to see that Jurry Nullification is actually being used. This is very exciting.

Rose said...

My memory isn't so good these days and I'm not really up on any of this stuff anymore.

It may be a federal court rule that your asking about because that was the jurisdiction we dealt with.

Good luck with your research, sorry I can't help you.