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information. He had also asked that Obama testify. His requests were denied
by Lt. Col.Daniel J. Driscoll, Investigating Officer. A video
has been released wherein Lt. Col. Lakin describes what he expects to happen nextand what he sees as Obama’s questionable documentation released on the internet during the2008 presidential campaign.Cody Robert Judy, candidate for U.S. Senate from Utah and former presidential candidate,has filed an Amicus Curiae brief
with the U.S. Army on behalf of Lt. Col. Lakin. When The Post & Email asked
, former Marine and author of the Citizens’Tsunami blog,
if the new development was favorable or unfavorable to Lakin’s case, heanswered:
: Yes. By waiving the (Article) 32, it brings it right into the court-martialatmosphere. It’s the perfect way to do it. What we put up at The Jaghunter
and I’m gettingready to put up on Citizens’ Tsunami will show you all of the government agencies who cameon as soon as that went up, because they cannot get around it.The only standing the American people have right now, with the amount of time we’ve spentin the War Articles,
or the UCMJ
(Uniform Code of Military Justice), is the court martial.The only change of the War Articles was the name in 1950. The interesting part of 1949,going into 1950, brings us back to 1881. In 1881, in the War Articles, they came up with a new idea called the Rules of Procedure. So if you take what’s happened and you take the changesof what they’ve inflicted on the citizens’ common-law courts of 1946, which actually took thepower of the individual in the Grand Jury process (because that’s where the power lies; it doesnot lie in the judge, the court, or the prosecutor). The Constitution guarantees you twoprotections: a grand jury and a petit jury. Nobody can be indicted
without the permissionof a grand jury. They tried to use an Article 32 as if it were a grand jury process. It is not. It’snot even connected in any shape, manner or form to the Constitution or the Judiciary of theUnited States.
But by making up the rules that they came up with in 1946, they took away the citizenoversight of any criminal activities at the federal or state level.
If a case were brought infront of a grand jury, and through the process of that grand jury, they found other events that were criminal, they had the right to investigate that and place a presentment, or indictment,on those events. That’s why they were called a “runaway grand jury.”
In 1946, they came up with the
Rules of Procedure
whether they’re criminal rules of procedure or civil rules of procedure, which the states afterward adopted in their own waysthrough their own state legislation. They physically took away your standing, as you keephearing from everyone, because of their rules.
Basically, you have been under a form of martial law by your own judiciary since 1946.
Your common-law court under theConstitution ceased to exist.
The Post & Email
then asked: However, that could not trump the Constitution, could it?
: It doesn’t change the Constitution at all. What it did was take your rights, your protection (your rights come from your protection; the Bill of Rights and the