By Anna Von Reitz
I met Bruce Doucette when I invited him to a conference I held in Anchorage, Alaska, last May. Bruce is a very personable guy, apparently well-intentioned, and eager to get things done.
Unfortunately, what he wanted to get done had nothing to do with why the conference had been called, and he attempted to commandeer it for his purposes. I had to repeatedly drag things back on track because he couldn't or wouldn't keep his own agenda to the sidelines.
The same thing is happening right now. I have called for the restoration of the American Government of the people, by the people, for the people---- and he and Hamilton and a few others have launched off into to redefine the American Government however they see fit.
It's not going to work.
Bruce has taken it into his head that he and a few other people on a conference call can just wave their hands and change the meaning and substance of the American Government (change the duties and authorities of the Grand Juries, for example) and bypass and ignore the jurisdictional limitations that have been set in stone for over two hundred years (put State Justices in charge of Continental Marshals, for example).