04-08-17-Denver Post: FAKE NEWS – “People’s Grand Jury” accused of threatening elected officials/”impostors!”



The purported “Victims are really the perpetrators.  They are all criminally impersonating legitimate public officers.

They are impostors and have violated their oaths of office.  Violation of their oath is a serious federal crime.  Violation of their oath removes any immunity from criminal and civil prosecution.  They have dishonored and betrayed the public trust.  They are unlawfully posing as legitimate public officers but by violating their oaths, they are no longer operating under the lawful delegated authority granted them by the voters.

  Public Service is a Public Trust…These are the rules by which public servants must comply!

California Brown Act – Open Meetings Act


The People’s state grand jury from other states addresses the same criminal impostors in Florida and Georgia.

04-07-17-The American People: Notices to Public Servants


We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed, by their CREATOR, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these Ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it

28Aug16 – The Unanimous Declaration!

It is time for all people in Colorado to step forward and assert their lawful authority as the ONLY legitimate authority.  The criminal impersonators have abandoned their legitimate offices.  They now stand before you as common criminals.   As the people, you are the authority.  As the people you are the LAW!

“People’s Grand Jury” accused of threatening elected officials, judges across Boulder County and Colorado

Victims in case include sheriffs in Boulder, Gilpin and Pueblo county, and former Denver DA Mitch Morrissey

PUBLISHED: April 7, 2017 at 3:16 pm | UPDATED: April 7, 2017 at 5:53 pm

Members of the group, according to the state grand-jury indictment released Friday, are accused of threatening officials with arrest on treason charges, filing false liens against them and distributing flyers near some of the officials’ homes when court cases involving the defendants did not go their way.

Brian Baylog, Janis Blease, Steven Byfield, David Coffelt, Bruce Doucette, Laurence Goodman, Stephen Nalty and Harlan Smith were indicted on counts including violation of the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, attempting to influence a public servant, extortion, retaliation against a judge, criminal impersonation, failure to pay taxes and offering a false instrument for recording.

According to the indictment — which was returned March 30, but not released by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office until Friday — the eight defendants are accused of being “part of a long-term scheme and endeavor to initially attempt to influence various Colorado-based public servants… who in their legal capacities had responsibilities related to a legal matter which involved a member of this enterprise.”

The indictment said that when cases involving one of the defendants did not go his or her way, other members would “engage in a methodical series of actions and statements specifically targeting the… public servants who had a designated role of some form” in the case.

The officials contacted by the defendants and named as victims in the case are from several jurisdictions, including Boulder, Denver, Jefferson, Pueblo and Gilpin counties.

The Boulder County officials who were named as victims include Sheriff Joe Pelle, District Attorney Stan Garnett, Judge Karolyn Moore and all three county commissioners.

Some of the other reported victims include former Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey, Pueblo County District Attorney Jeff Chostner and Gilpin County Sheriff Bruce Hartman, along with numerous prosecutors, public defenders, judges and even a coroner.

According to the indictment, the threats to Boulder County officials started when a woman named Charlene Von Schlesien was arrested in September 2015 on suspicion of violating a protection order.

Shortly after her arrest, Boulder-area officials associated with the case began receiving documents from “The People’s Grand Jury” demanding that Von Schlesien be released.

The documents, signed by Nalty, calling himself the “People’s Grand Jury Administrator,” and Bruce Doucette, as the “Superior Court Judge,” instructed the officials to resign, and that failing to do so was “an act of insubordination, fraud, insurrection and sedition, and will be treated accordingly.”

When the officials failed to meet the demands, the group said Baylog, who was deemed “Continental united(sic) State Marshal,” would arrest them.

When the officials still did not respond, the group began issuing liens, saying the officials were debtors to the “Indestructible Trust for the People in Colorado.” In one case, false liens were actually filed with Boulder County, which had detrimental effects on one Boulder County commissioner’s credit.

To read more of this story go to dailycamera.com


About arnierosner

As an American I advocate a republic form of government, self-reliance, and adherence to the basic philosophy of the founding fathers and the founding documents, I ONLY respect those who respect and "HONOR" their honor. No exceptions!
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