Generally, when the state has evidence or even when it doesn’t the court and prosecutors will hang your ass good for little to no reason and as a citizen of this state we all know this. Case in point if the courts thought we were wrong in these matters we would be put under the jail which in this case would take the place of the intended grave.
It’s the same old story. Defendants state that the last action on our claims was a dismissal of Judge Graves by a January 15th, 1998 Order for failure to complete discovery. To bad that’s a lie worth millions. Countless documents show actions of settling well after said Graves’ order even an Order denying motion to dismiss our claims after failed trial and appeal. Our awards were gained by Judge Graves after we fired our attorneys.
For whatever reason [ lies ] the court has not yet sent the decision of the court to dismiss by an order having nothing to do with our claims actions. If, it the Order, or as soon as it arrives we’ll post for now check out the latest action of extortion and or other news.
UPDATE CURRENT FOR APRIL 10th,2013 Todays Three
STORY #1. U.S. MAY SEEK DEATH FOR THE COST OF SHARING THE TRUTH
A US military judge says the government must prove that Army Private Bradley Manning intended to aid the enemy when he released hundreds of thousands of sensitive files to WikiLeaks. The official tribunal against the 25-year-old private first class Army Private is slated to start in June.
During pretrial hearings on Wednesday Col. Denise Lind, A US military judge ruled that the government has a burden to prove that the soldier inflect harm on the United States or gave aid to the enemy when he released hundreds of thousands of sensitive files to the whistleblower.
Independent journalist Alexa O’Brien writes that the United States government must now prove that Pfc. Manning acted “with reason to believe such info could be used to the injury of the US or to advantage of any foreign nation.” If convicted on this count, Manning could theoretically be sentenced to die. Prosecutors, however, have said they would settle for life in prison.
STORY # 2.
FLORIDA CITIZENS VS. $TATE ATTACK OF THE DRONE$
Lawmakers in the Florida Senate voted unanimously this week to ban law enforcement agencies from using surveillance drones in the Sunshine State except in situations where the US Department of Homeland Security believes that drones could deter a high-risk terrorist attack.
Senator Joe Negron (R-Stuart) told his colleagues“It’s fine to kill terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan with drones, but I don’t think we should use them to monitor the activities of law-abiding Floridians,” Police agencies across Florida had largely objected to any rules that would limit the use of surveillance drones for law enforcement purposes.
STORY # 3. NUCLEAR WAR ON THE PENINSULA AND…….
The United States and South Korea have upgraded their military surveillance status in anticipation of a possible mid-range missile launch by Pyongyang. The Combined Forces Command is effectively at Watchcon 2 status ready to tackle a “vital threat” from North Korea in the latest escalation of tension in the war-weary peninsula. Citing an anonymous senior military official. If the next upgrade occurs, the nations will be in a state of war. Seoul has also launched an emergency task force to analyze North Korea’s preparations of a missile launch, the official said.