A Look at the Jury System and Our Participation in It

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sat, 14 Mar 2009 10:42:39 GMT  <== Politics ==> 

Graham Dugas at LewRockwell.com - some advice on how to peacefully protect your fellow humans from the power-mad goons in the "legal" system. Do whatever is necessary to get on a jury, and stay on that jury, so that you can vote to acquit. A judge is usually unconvinceable, so don't try to give him a civics lesson, but as a juror, you don't need to provide any explanation whatsoever for your "not guilty" vote. [tmm]

In times of declension such as ours, "Judges" have no honor nor is any due them. Please strongly consider using any available means including misdirection, shaded statements, etc. as an effort to get on the jury. Hide from them the fact that you have ever read the Constitution. Say you read it in school and leave it at that. Make statements about how you trust the system, trust the police etc. If you are specifically asked about nullification, or fully informed juries, tell them you would listen to what the "Judge" had to say about it and let them believe what they want. Act like the typical conformed, publicly schooled, Ritalin-consuming drone and make no waves. Tell the "Judge" or Prosecutor what they want to hear in order to get seated. Tell them you love Jerry Springer and Oprah. Keep mum, you don't need to show off any knowledge or instruct the evil judge in the plain meaning of the English language. He has spent a fortune and devoted many years in an effort to become as stupid as he is. He is a sad creature that is now fully conformed and impervious to logic.

The facts are that the government still must come before the people (juries) in order to convict. You have unreviewable power once you cast your vote as a juror. Resist the temptation to give the judge a civics lesson. Don't wrangle with evil men. Assume that such a judge, by virtue of his holding that office, is likely an evil man. He has toted too much political water to get there. If he were an exception to this assumption, if he was a just man, he would stand out and you would know it. He would also not make such an effort to screen righteous people and independent thinking from the jury. So, presuming him to be evil, do what you must to get past him without being exposed.

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