*It takes money to buy whiskey,” – Randy Due
Now that war has been declared…it is time to fund our side.
Randy Due is an American Hero. One of Randy’s most favorite say is, “It takes money to buy whiskey.” Well in our case it is not whiskey of which we are in need…its the defense of liberty.
Interview from Prison – Part 1
Interview from Prison – Part 2
While Randy continues his battles from within the prison…
On another front, other courageous patriots are engaged in a different type of battle…one directly with the courts.
NY COMMON LAW GRAND JURY INDICTS COURT CLERK FOR OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
On Tuesday, September 24, 2013,
New York Supreme Court Nassau County Chief Clerk in a letter to the Nassau County Common Law Grand Jury assumed the role of tribunal and determined that “The People of New York” have no standing.
On Friday September 27th
Fourteen New York Common Law County Grand Juries came together in New York County to consider a presentment, and did decide to file with the New York Supreme Court an 18 count “True Bill of Indictment” against the Nassau County Chief Court Clerk.
In the Unified New York Common Law Grand Jury’s commitment to both justice and mercy the Nassau County Court Clerk has been given until 9AM, Wednesday, October 2nd, to step aside and allow the Grand Jury access to the people’s court to take their rightful seat as consentor, failure to comply will result in the filing of the presentment the same day:
“People have the unbridled right to empanel their own grand juries and present “True Bills” of indictment to a court, which is then required to commence a criminal proceeding. — Justice Antonin Scalia United States -v- Williams.
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