“FAR FROM OVER”

by Montgomery Blair Sibley, ©2013, blogging at Amo Probos

(Nov. 22, 2013) — As I reported last time, Douglas Vogt has filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington a Notice of Commission.  This document asked the court to refer the evidence contained in Doug’s 95 page public affidavit and 75 page sealed affidavit to the Grand Jury to investigate.

In response, the Court has mis-characterized Doug’s filing as a “complaint” and dismissed it for lack of jurisdiction and “standing”. This case is far from over.

In addition, the first wave of 25+ mailings to district court judges across the country has commenced.  Here’s hoping Christmas comes early in the form of an invitation to present this forensic – and other presently not public – information about Obama’s Certificates of Live Birth to a fair and impartial Grand Jury.

As so many have forgotten, this is the Grand Jury’s job: A grand jury investigation is not fully carried out until every available clue has been run down and all witnesses examined in every proper way to find if a crime has been committed. United States v. Stone, 429 F.2d 138, 140 (CA2 1970). Such an investigation may be triggered by tips, rumors, evidence proffered by the prosecutor, or the personal knowledge of the grand jurors. Costello v. United States, 350 U.S., at 362. It is only after the grand jury has examined the evidence that a determination of whether the proceeding will result in an indictment can be made . . . .” Branzburg V. Hayes et Al., at 701-72.

So  . . . why is the Obama DOJ and the Chief Justice Roberts Court System blocking Vogt’s affidavit from a Grand Jury investigation? If the government can prevent 23 citizens to determine if a crime has been committed — a power reserved unto the People by the Fifth Amendment — by blocking public access to the Grand Jury, then what are we the People to do?

My answer will be forthcoming soon . . .

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