by Anna Von Reitz
Do you all have sense enough to know that a Common Law Grand Jury is just one part of a Common Law Court?
Go through it in your own head. What makes up a court?
You have the office of the judge (or justice or magistrate), you have the court clerk, you have the bailiff, you have the grand jury, you have the trial jury, and you have a sheriff and his deputies to enforce the jury's decision.
Observe that the Grand Jury is just one part of the whole. Without the rest, it spins its wheels. It goes nowhere. It does nothing. Just like NLA's Common Law Grand Juries have done for the past three years.
John Daresh and Kyle Rearden and the other ignorant prognosticators want you to believe that a Common Law Grand Jury can function on its own and I am telling you that it can't.