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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Guerrilla Jurors: Sticking it to Leviathan

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This article was written by Don Doig and Stewart Rhodes and was first published at Lew Rockwell dot com on April 25, 2011.
Found here: https://thementalmilitia.net/2016/05/30/guerrilla-jurors-sticking-leviathan/
Citizens in our (once) free republic founded under the English common law system, have both the power and the right to vote according to conscience when they sit on a jury and can vote not guilty even in the face of the law and in the face of the evidence. The defendant also has a right to expect that his jury will be fully informed of their rightful power to vote “not guilty” if they believe justice requires it, regardless of the evidence. Anything less is not a real jury trial.
The jury issues no opinion, gives no explanation of its decision. It simply renders its verdict, and if the verdict is “not guilty,” that acquittal cannot be questioned or overturned by any court. It is telling that a conviction can be overturned, but an acquittal cannot — the deck is stacked on the side of the liberty of the individual on trial. While a judge can overturn a jury conviction that in his judgment is unsupported by the evidence, or where the jury harbors prejudicial animus toward the defendant, the judge cannot overturn an acquittal even if the evidence is overwhelming — even if the defendant admits on the stand that he did the actions of which he is accused.

"Neu Republique" v. Old Republic--- Another Birthday Party Disaster by Judge Anna


by Anna Von Reitz

The New Republic v. The Old Republic:  An Analogous Story 

You decide to take your wife out for her birthday to the finest restaurant in town.  At first everything seems normal.  Somewhere between the second and third course, however, the head waiter and two of the waitresses strip naked.  They just go on about their jobs, but you can tell from your wife's face and the silent glances being passed by other patrons that no, you are not losing your mind and imagining things. Some other naked waiters roll curtain partititions in, sectioning off a portion of the restaurant and soon, behind that flimsey partition, a real live orgy begins.  You know what is going on.  Everyone in the room knows what is going on.  You can hear it--- the thumping and bumping, the sex talk, the moaning and sighing. It's obvious, and yet, except for the naked waitresses, everything on your side of the restaurant goes on as normal. 

You pass glances with your wife, and with the guy at the table next to you. He shrugs and goes on eating. You find yourself wondering things like--- are orgies against the law in California?  Does it matter if its a public or private orgy?  How do you define "public" and "private"?  You are in shock, but your salad is served and you pick up your fork.  Your wife follows your lead.  Just as you are beginning to taste the tomato and wrap your head around this circumstance, two uniformed policemen show up.  You think--- "Thank God!"  You assume that they know the law and are going to address the situation, but no, to your amazement, they strip naked and disappear behind the partition, too. 

The Governor and his wife and a group of celebrities arrive, the mayor of your fair city---- and they all do the same thing.  They all strip naked in front of your incredulous eyes and disappear behind that partititon.  Another naked waitress appears and asks if you would like dessert?  From the catatonic look on your wife's face you shake your head and ask for the bill.  When the waitress returns with your credit card she leans way over in a suggestive manner and puts her naked nipple about three inches away from your lips.  Your wife looks like she is about to stand up and smack someone--- either the waitress or you, and you aren't sure which. 

Driving home your mind is still in a welter. The whole thing is so bizarre. You look up the California Statutes and yes, it would appear that orgies are illegal, but who would you tell?