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This means that Lakin’s accused is also his accuser, the head of the Executive Branch, theCommander-in-Chief. It also means that Driscoll’s refusal to allow any evidence concerningObama is both incorrect and highly suspect.In a June 3
press release from Margaret Hemenway, Lakin’s press representative issued thefollowing statement;“Army refuses Lakin’s request to have president Obama testify and refuses toallow any witness or evidence from Hawaii or elsewhere on eligibility question—hearing to proceed on June 11
.” — “LTC Lakin faces lengthy prison term forrefusing to deploy to Afghanistan” — Obama Administration unleashes Army lawyers instead of releasing birth certificate…”In essence, Lt. Col. Lakin is being denied any real defense. Without being able to presentevidence supporting his claims that he has been issued unlawful orders, by an unlawfulCommand, he has no defense. Yet every member of the military is sworn to follow only “lawful orders.” The penalty for following unlawful orders can be extreme. The issue of “lawful orders” is clearly of utmost importance to every American in uniform.
A Failed Grand Jury Effort
At the same time, across the country in Monroe County Tennessee, another decorated careerofficer awaits his fate, in the hands of a corrupt Grand Jury which has also declined to acceptevidence against Barack Obama for more than a year now.LCDR Walter Fitzpatrick III began his search for truth and justice more than a year ago, whenhe attempted to enter evidence against Barack Obama’s legitimacy to hold office, into his localGrand Jury in Monroe County Tennessee.Fitzpatrick was repeatedly blocked from entering that evidence into court by way of thecitizens Grand Jury, which Tennessee code allegedly allows to be entered by any citizenpresenting evidence or wrong doing by any elected or appointed official. The Grand Jury issupposed to be the checkpoint between the people and their government, wherein any citizencan present evidence against corrupt government officials. After months of blocks from local law enforcement officers and court officials, Fitzpatrick filed a criminal complaint against local officials for obstruction of justice and was shortly thereafter arrested on April 1, 2010 - while trying to affect a citizen’s arrest upon members of the local system. Tennessee has some of the strongest citizen arrest laws in the country. But when it comes to Obama, no law seems to be in effect, anywhere in the country.Fitzpatrick was incarcerated for days without food or water, while denied visitors, and standscharged with “committing actual RIOT””—based upon the four supporters present to videodocument events on April 1, “resisting arrest” for actually resisting police officers unlawfulphysical assault, while being frog marched off public property by the local Sheriff’sDepartment, “interrupting a meeting” by trying to affect a citizen’s arrest upon people in thatmeeting and “disorderly conduct” by trying to expose corruption and obstruction of justice inhis local community.On May 26, 2010, Fitzpatrick filed a challenge asserting that the Grand Jury he had already