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DEC16im1
KATHERINE M. EFE
TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT(Second
FOR MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS
Case No.:
SHARON ANN MERONI (aka Chalice Jackson)
PATRIOT'S HEART MEDIA NETWORK., )
INC., Members JOHN DOES and JANE )
DOES 1-20, Registered Voters and Members) (')C\ t--'\
of PATRIOT'S HEART MEDIA NETWORK, )
INC., (728 NW HWY, Fox River Grove, IL )
60021 847-304-8800) )
Petitions,
EMERGENCY: MOTION TO
RECONSIDER - EMERGENCY
PETITION FOR REDRESS
BEFORE THE MCHENRY
COUNTY GRAND JURY
MCHENRY COUNTY GRAND JURY ) X
FOREMAN AND GRAND JURY MEMBERS) "i'
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Now here comes Petitioner, appearing pro se as an individual, as a member ofthe Press and
as the Founder of Patriot's Heart Media Network, Inc (a Citizen run media outlet) in the
role of "spokesperson" for Jobn and Jane Does, members of Patriot's Heart Media
Network, Inc, in accord with the directions of personal convictions and loyalty to the
Constitutional Republic of the United States of America, and the llIinois Constitution, on
oath lind before God Almighty, set forth this prayer by way of motion in the Twenty-
Second Jndicial Circuit (Second Appellate District) MclIenry County,IL seekiug
EMERGENCY MOTION TO RECONSIDER.
It is with the gravest and seriousness of heart that tbis petitioner humbly returns to the
Court through this Emergency Motion to Reconsider. Petitioner prays for this opportunity
to repair her insufficient responses while before the Court on Monday, December 7'h.
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I) Petitioner was before the Court on December 7"', 2009, afterwards feeling she was
inadequate in her presentation before the court in part because of inexperience in the
process and in part because of infonnation unknown to her at the time, that petitioner
now knows to be critically gennane to her original petition.
2) History: Petitioner reaffinns she seeks to appear before the "Sitting Grand Jury" to
present evidence of massive voter fraud in McHenry County. This fraud potentially
touches on all elected offices, especially as regulated by Illinois Election Codes. This
fraud impacted elections in the past, and to her direct knowledge, especially the Primary
and General election in 2008.
3) In the course of her investigations, Petitioner has learned that early voting begins in
Illinois on January 11th. Thereby delay of response to January 13
th
is an impennissible
barrier to Petitioner's petitions for emergency redress. The impending election, beginning
on January 9
th
has candidates on the ballot that have not been verified as constitutionally
eligible and the petitioner is unaware of any other redress available to her.
4) Petitioner affirms learning immediately following court, outside the courtroom in front of
multiple witnesses, from a McHenry County resident attending the December 7th session,
that absentee voting begins in Illinois on Monday, January 11,2009 which is before the
current return court date of January 13"'. Petitioner confinns this infonnation below.
MONDAY, JANUARY 11,2010 The fIrst day for local election officials (qualifIed municipal,
township. and road district clerks) authorized by the election authority to conduct in-person
absentee voting. {(10 ILCS 5/19-2.1)
Oltp:llwww.elections.il.govIDownloadslElectionlnformationlPDF/20 I OCalendar.pdf: page 9)
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5) To queries, of ... "How is this an emergency?", Petitioner passionately affinns that We
The People of Illinois invest trust in our Government to assure the constitutional
governance of our US and State Constitutions. Petitioner has discovered that the all
elections involving candidates for constitutionally mandated offices in the grand state of
Illinois potentially contain candidates who are not constitutionally qualified for office.
Petitioner affinns this infonnation came to her attention after learning that Illinois current
election statutes and processes "CertifY" candidates without "VerifYing" that they are
constitutionally eligible to hold the office. Petitioner humbly admits the gravity of this
reality is far-reaching.
6) This process of 'certifYing' candidates without 'verifYing' they are constitutionally
eligible is a long standing process of current Illinois code and is therefore lawful despite
the fact it is grievously flawed in securing that We The People have a Constitutional
government, at the local, state and federal level. The code is not constitutionally sound.
7) As all elected officials have been elected through the same process, Petitioner is 'beside
herself' fervently seeking the correct place to have redress to her grievance.
8) The "EMERGENCY" status of this is indisputable. Petitioner is personally aware ofan
elected official in the highest place of national and state security who was never verified
in the state of Illinois as being constitutionally eligible for office. This Constitutional
EMERGENCY cannot be greater.
9) Petitioner along with McHenl)' County resident and Patriot Hearts Member, Mal)' Alger,
has met with the State's Attorney and his office to discuss this EMERGENCY.
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Petitioner believes this is not an "adversarial" relationship with the State's Attorney
Office. Thereby she seeks to work closely with them.
I 0) On Friday December 12,2009, Petitioner spoke with the State's Attorney Office. During
that conversation she infurmed them she was sending mail to the Grand Jury as part of
her understanding that this was one of 4 ways the sitting Grand Jury might come to know
of her EMERGENCY request. Petitioner wanted to assure she made every attempt she
believes available to her, without crossing barriers unknown to her and thus seeks full
transparency of her actions.
II) Likewise, Petitioner, believe that this Court is the correct place for this redress and seeks
to lawfully work with the Court, to secure redress to this EMERGENCY.
12) By way of explanation, Petitioner states that she is mostly inexperienced in court
proceedings and on December 7th, was not clear of the processes of this Court.
Petitioner sought remedy for her deficiencies by working through the outstanding public
service provided under Chief Judge Sullivan's leadership, the McHenry County Law
Library located at the McHenry County Center.
Petitioner has since spent time amongst the talented team of professionals in the
McHenry County Court Law Library, and using resources provided there, thereby
learning about the processes of court in general, and the 22
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Judicial Circuit Court in
specific, especially as relates to Grand Juries. While Petitioner has become an 'expert' of
sorts on some aspects of Constitutional Law, her knowledge of courtroom proceedings
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has been enriched since Monday Dec 7"'. Knowledge gained from petitioner's interaction
with the 'Law Library is incorporated in this EMERGENCY motion.
13) Petitioner did not realize until Tuesday, December 8'" 2009, that in the Court's decision
to not expedite the time for the States' Attorney Office's to respond to less than 30 days,
that in fact that meant the original Emergency Motion was denied. To the Honorable
Judge, Petitioner humbly and fervently endeavors to redress the deficiency.
9 14) In preparing the original petition, Petitioner assumed, through the Judge, it would be
10 delivered directly to the grand jury seated on December 2
nd
, 2009. Frankly, Petitioner
II was not aware of how Grand Jury matters proceed in McHenry County. Petitioner now
12 believes this is such an fMERGENCY that regular procedures have not been clear to her
13 hecause it really not a "regular" circumstance.
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15) Petitioner specifically addressed her original petition to the sitting grand jury. (reference:
page 2, line 6 of the original petition). A return court date of January 13
th
2010, impedes
Petitioner's ability to work with Sitting Grand Jury Respondents during their regular time
in service as the sitting Grand Jury.
16) Upon reflection, after leaving court, petitioner recalled Judge Prather's words to the
effect that McHenry County always has a grand jury seated. Nervous at the time,
petitioner failed to inform the court of her reasons for specifying the grand jury seated on
Dec 2
nd
, the day of her filing, because she believes they are the only lawful body
available to her for redress of this EMERGENCY.
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17) At the Law Library, Petitioner learned about "Motions to Reconsider" on Monday,
December 15
th
, 2009, and has filed this Emergency motion according to this information.
Stringer v. Packaging Corporation of America No. 4-03-1080 (4th Dis!. 2004), the court
explained the limited situations in which a motion to reconsider is appropriate:
The purpose of a motion to reconsider is to bring to the trial court's attention (I) newly discovered
evidence not available at the time ofthe hearing, (2) changes in the law, or (3) errors in the court's
previous application of existing law. The decision to grant or deny a motion to reconsider lies
within the tria1 court's discretion.
Id. (citation omitted). The Stringer court also stated that if the motion to reconsider is based upon
newly-discovered evidence, "a party must show thaI the newly discovered evidence existed before
the initial hearing but had not yet been discovered or was otherwise unobtainable."
Source/or thi., in/ormation is: http://illinoistrialpractice.coml2004/09/plainliff deslr.hlml
Prayer for Relief
Emergency Motion to Reconsider Remedy Sought
1) . Permission to work closely with the Judge and the State's Attorney Office on this
EMERGENCY matter
2) To allow Petitioners petition to proceed as an Emergency Petition as filed.
3) For clarity, to amend the following information in the original petition:
Amend Respondents from" Grand Jury Foreman and Grand Jury Members" to
"Sitting Grand Jury Foreman and/or Grand Jury Members 1-16".
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VERIFICATION OF CLAIMS
The Statements and Claims made herein are the statements and claims of the petitioner's
and those statement, incorporated herein of others as part of the public record concerning these
matter. On oath and subject to the laws of petjury, the undersigned petitioner affinn and assert
that the preceding allegations and factual statements, including those factual statements aIleged
on information and belief are true to the best of her knowledge, and that she has asserted these
claims, being legaIly competent to testiry to these matters, and having acted voluntarily without
promise of payment or by threat; in good faith and based upon her understanding of the United
States Constitution and the Illinois Constitution, and the duly enacted laws which spring there
under.
On my sacred honor and in witness before my Lord God.
SHARON ANN MERONJ (AKA CHALICE JACKSON)
AND FOUNDER OF PATRIOT'S HEART MEDIA NETWORK,
IT'S DULY AUTHORJZED REPRESENTATIVE,
Signed ITom this location
728 NW Hwy Fox River Grove, IL 6002 I
Phone 847·304·8800 on this 2nd day of December, 2009
The person who has nothingfor which he is willing to fight. nothing which is more important than his own
personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of beingfree unless made and kept so by the
exertions of better men than himself.·'
J"hnStuart Mill English economist & philosopher (1806·1873)
"Let Ihe American youth never forget, that they possess a noble inheritance, bought by Ihe toils, and sufferings. and
blood of their ancestors; and capacity. if wisely improved, andfailh/ully guarded. o/transmUting to their latest
posterity all/he substantial blessings of life. the peaceful enjoyment of liberty, property, religion, and independence." --
Josep/r Story, UJmmentaries on the Constitution, 1833
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