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Checks and balances do not include the grand jury

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Posted: Monday, December 6, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:17 am, Mon Dec 6, 2010.

What power lies in a grand jury! A grand jury is a fourth branch of government that owes no accountability to any prosecuting attorney or to any branch of government, not even the courts. This power is upheld by Chief Justice Antonin Scalia, who ruled that a grand jury "is a constitutional fixture in its own right." S. v. Williams, 504 U.S. 36 at 48 (1992).

Near April 1, 50 grand juries hastily assembled, representing sovereign American people. A declaration of the people, as represented by the juries, was served to all 50 governors, and I believe it was submitted to the World Court at the Hague. The declaration granted about a week for the governors to take an oath to represent the people, or step down to be replaced. In the alternative, the governors would be arrested.

April 1 came and went. Arnold Schwarzenegger did not take the oath, and his body was not arrested, either. Arrested was the bond of the people, which secures the business that passes through the office of the governor representing the state of California. The de facto California corporation is now free to play "Monopoly" with unsecured debt instruments all it wants, and the sovereign people do not have any interest or legal standing to interfere.

Until about Sept. 27, the Federal Reserve derived its authority to print money from the faith and credit of the American people. Those green Federal Reserve Notes that U.S. citizens faithfully exchanged in commerce are actually a debt obligation of the U.S. Treasury, previously secured by the people. The collateral of the people was vitally necessary to the security of the U.S. dollar in world trade. Now, the U.S. Treasury and CEO Obama can't get a loan.

Without using any names, I'll say that some thieves who stole quadrillions of U.S. dollars of wealth are learning that their stockpiles are worthless paper "Monopoly" money secured by nothing. Whoops!

People who would like to learn about this lawful constitutional government movement are encouraged to see www.republicfortheunitedstates.org.

Daniel Hutchins


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  • daniel hutchins posted at 12:38 am on Thu, Dec 9, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Steve: Thanks for the response. That was fun.

  • Steve Schmidt posted at 11:06 am on Wed, Dec 8, 2010.

    Steve Schmidt Posts: 2683

    Simon, thank you for the concise and helpful answer to my question. That is exactly what I was inquiring about.

  • Steve Schmidt posted at 7:24 am on Wed, Dec 8, 2010.

    Steve Schmidt Posts: 2683

    Calm down folks, I didn't even read the letter (life is just too short). I simply noticed when I looked at the web page at 6:00 AM that it had a notation on it indicating that it had been "updated".

  • daniel hutchins posted at 9:28 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Somebody else has the same idea for President Obama:

    Obama Beware: The Federal Grand Jury is the 4th Branch of Government & DOES NOT require the Courts:


  • daniel hutchins posted at 9:10 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Folks. The problem of the imminent bank collapse cannot be avoided by election of the proper politicians into Washington.

    The beloved politicians upon which you rely so faithfully are applying for permanent residence visas in foreign countries where they can enjoy assylum after Washington collapses.

    Those visas are denied.

  • daniel hutchins posted at 9:06 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Steve Schmidt: The situation is so bad that when the Federal Reserve collapses, your Fed notes will be worthless whether you have them in your wallet or in your bank account. Both will be worthless.

    When that occurs, you will still be blaming truthful and knowledgeable people for bring you factual information.

    Your fantasy will make you feel better if I tell you that the imminent collapse of the Federal Reserve is being caused by the wrong republicans and democrats.

  • daniel hutchins posted at 8:32 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Simon Birch: I think Steve Schmidt was so angry about the letter that he wanted it to be rescinded from publication, as an "update."

  • daniel hutchins posted at 8:31 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Simon Birch: First paragraph should be: U.S. v. Williams.
    I don't know how that happened. I suppose if someone took the information that was given, they would find the case anyway, as I just did.


  • Simon Birch posted at 8:04 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    Simon Birch - Online Manager Posts: 171 Staff

    Any story, including letters to the editor, will get an "Updated:" timestamp if a change is made to the formatting, a photo added, a typo corrected, etc. When I arrive at work, I usually clean up some formatting in the stories that isn't handled by the automated updating process that occurs overnight, so most stories will show an "updated" label. Major revisions or corrections will be identified by an editor's note at the top of the story.

  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 12:42 am on Tue, Dec 7, 2010.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Steve Schmidt posted at 6:24 ...How does a letter to the editor get "updated"?

    I guess the paper could buy back all papers it sold that day and ask the readers to ignor the letter that day, and a retroactive publication can be issued and sold with the desired update, so that Steve can have an update... or maybe someone could just write a second letter that updated the first one. I think Steve would prefer the first choice as it would add more expense to the employer.

  • daniel hutchins posted at 11:02 pm on Mon, Dec 6, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Google: "notice to 50 governors"

    Last April, service to 50 governors was briefly reported, then the press went silent.

    Here's one which shows the FBI official press release.

    A lot has changed in the last 8 months, and the most reliable website is the

  • daniel hutchins posted at 10:58 pm on Mon, Dec 6, 2010.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1342

    Steve: You responded at 6:24 AM on the date of publication, and you already know so much that you want an update.

  • Steve Schmidt posted at 6:24 am on Mon, Dec 6, 2010.

    Steve Schmidt Posts: 2683

    How does a letter to the editor get "updated"?


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