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Do not be far from me, for trouble is near and there is no o
Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:40
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Do not be far from me, for trouble is near and there is no one to help. Psalm 22:

"Shanty is Faulting Us." Tele receive. 4.05 AM

Bitch is not really one to find fault in anyone. It's just not like me to criticize. Just trying to point out that we in the West have failed to weap Judah and his worldwide war crimes cartel. His "sport," he likes to call it.

"I fisted you's with 5 year olds to take the West off," Judee say.

Might we not consider that it is his European base that has allowed Judah to wage war on our world?

The last few hundreds of years, ever since Judah privatized the organizing principle of society in England, has England not been constantly making war throughout the world?

Where the world may see the Royals as doing it, do we see in the background is the mighty Big Ben?

After the Vietnam war, are we not seeing Judah hybrid shell transplants that now control Vietnam? Yes we do.

A militarized society that is involved in building nuclear weapons.

How might we surmise this? For those who have been reading UFO reports have there not been many "MARKINGS" by our elders from outer space in Vietnam? Yes there have been many UFO "MARKINGS" in Vietnam.

India, Pakistan. Nuclear war machinery of genocide. State policy of building them. Do we not read the signature of weap Judah having control of those societies?

By gaining control of the machinery of state of America, do we see how our entire planet has been put into a genocide mode by weap Judah?

Are we recognizing that it is the economic power of America that has been used by Judah to wage genocide upon us all?

Do we see Judah pitch for war is that we are being attacked? Do we see Judah strategy of always forcing a safeguard?

Are we understanding that the cure for warfare does not come from the society that is being attacked, it must come from the society that is doing the attacking?

That is, rather than building up weapons to prevent a attack, do we see that we need to convince those in the state that is doing the attacking to end funding attacking?

Are we understanding that it is America in Judah control that is funding and making all of the war in our world?

Are we not seeing the urgency to end the funding for all the attacking that is going on in our world?


Do we see that to stop the fighting we must take the concession to issue our money away from weap Judah?

Recent mass killings of Kurdish people by Turkish troops. Yesterday a bomb went off in Turkey with a phone call claiming it was Kurdish militants that did it.

Are we understanding it is Judah doing both the shootings of the Kurdish civilians and the bombing of Turkey to put the peoples against one another?

A couple of cases concerning grand jury process were in Chicago news in the last few days. One where a prosecutor is thinking of bypassing the grand jury and making the call on whether or not to indict police who shot someone.

The other concerns allegations that a woman hit her boyfriend in the face and he died a few weeks afterwards. She was arrested and charged with first degree murder and is held in Cook County jail.

Jamar Clark case: prosecutor will not use grand jury to charge police officers
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Mike Freeman said he will no longer use grand juries in police shooting cases and will decide himself whether to indict Minneapolis officers in black man’s death

Hennepin County attorney Mike Freeman cited that lack of accountability and transparency as reasons to stop using grand juries in police shooting cases, starting with that of Jamar Clark.

A prosecutor said on Wednesday that he will not use a grand jury to determine whether two Minneapolis police officers should be charged in a black man’s November shooting death, saying it was a difficult decision but one that will bring more accountability to the process.

Hennepin County attorney Mike Freeman said he will make the charging decision himself in the death of Jamar Clark.

He also said he will no longer use grand juries to consider future police shooting cases in the county – noting that grand juries have been used there for more than 40 years in such cases, resulting in no indictments of officers.

“The accountability and transparency limitations of a grand jury are too high a hurdle to overcome,” Freeman said.

Community activists viewed the move by Freeman as a victory and credited pressure from protesters.

“This isn’t just for Jamar,” said Miski Noor, an organizer for Black Lives Minneapolis. “This is humongous. It’s for everybody in Minneapolis.”

Protesters took to the streets in response and began an encampment at the police precinct on Minneapolis's north side that lasted 18 days before police broke it up.

Protesters demanded that a grand jury not be used in the case, taking issue with the secrecy of the process and arguing that grand juries rarely indict officers.

Grand juries have declined to indict police officers in the high-profile deaths of black people in other cities, including the fatal 2014 shootings of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland and 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the 2014 chokehold death of 43-year-old Eric Garner in New York.

He said while there is some appeal to having 23 randomly selected citizens weigh evidence, the secrecy and lack of accountability in the process troubles him.

He added that the law is applied the same whether a grand jury or a prosecutor examines a case.

Freeman, like a grand jury, will be weighing evidence behind closed doors.

But while the names of grand jurors are kept secret, Freeman is an elected official, so citizens could hold him accountable at the polls.

When asked if she thought Freeman could be fair, Minneapolis NAACP president Nekima Levy-Pounds said she was cautiously optimistic.

“The public elected him to uphold the law in a fair, just and transparent way, and we expect him to do that in this instance,” she said.

Freeman will be deciding whether to bring charges against officer Mark Ringgenberg, who is white, and officer Dustin Schwarze, whose race has not been released.

Ringgenberg’s attorney, Robert Sicoli, said he believes Freeman’s office will evaluate the case professionally and make a decision “based on the evidence, not on politics or anything else”.
Read entire article at:
http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/mar/16/jamar-clark-prosecutor-grand-jury-minneapolis-police-officers

West Englewood Woman Charged With Murder After Hitting Boyfriend Leads to His Death

The couple got into a fight inside the woman’s home when she struck him in the left side of the face with an unidentified object, court records show
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Tambra Davis
Cook County Sheriff's Office

A 45-year-old woman has been charged with hitting her 80-year-old boyfriend in the head, leading to his death in the fall of 2014.

Tambra Davis, 45, faces first-degree murder charges for striking Jay Williams the afternoon of Oct. 29, 2014, in the 7300 block of South Hermitage, according to the Cook County state’s attorney’s office.

The couple got into a fight inside Williams’ home and Davis struck him in the left side of the face with an unidentified object, court records show. Another person in the home saw the fight and saw Davis running away from the house, prosecutors allege.

Williams was taken to Holy Cross Hospital and was later transferred to Mount Sinai Hospital to undergo surgery for brain bleeding, prosecutors said.

He was later transferred to a rehabilitation clinic before being discharged Nov. 21, prosecutors said. He died the next day.
An autopsy found Williams died of his head injuries, as well as blood clots in the lungs and legs, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. His death was ruled a homicide.

Davis, of the 9000 block of South Burley, was arrested last week and ordered held on a $500,000 bond at a Sunday hearing by Judge Laura Marie Sullivan. She is due back in court March 31.

Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/West-Englewood-Woman-Charged-With-Boyfriends-Murder-372351992.html#ixzz43BqI9ByX
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An autopsy found Williams died of his head injuries according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Might we consider that the lack of any grand jury to hear the allegations against Tambra Davis may indicate failure to follow true American Bill of Rights legal procedure?

When Thomas Jefferson and George Wythe were doing their research on the Virginia papers, 1776-1779, did they not discover that a book cannot have a crime committed against it? Did they not reveal that an independent group needs to be called to give the corporate state standing?

Did Jefferson and Wythe not determine that prosecutors for a corporation have no civil action for any wrong that has been done to them, thus leaving them with no legal standing to pursue an action against any person to whom they have made allegations of criminal wrong doing against?

Might we note that an allegation is defined as an "assertion with little or no proof?"

So if the prosecutor could not move in a civil action to seek redress in a civil action due to the fact they have no cause of action, that is they have lost nothing to the person to whom they have made the allegations against, if they have no legal standing to move in a civil action, does it not follow that they also have no legal standing to move in a criminal action?

If we accept a prosecutor cannot sue civilly someone they have made allegations against, for no harm has been done to them by that person, does it not follow that they cannot make a criminal charge then?

Are we reading Thomas Jefferson and George Wythe correctly here?

Might we note that either a clerk or an elected official, has no legal standing to purse a criminal charge against someone without having legal standing to do it first?

In American law, to make an arrest are we not aware that there needs to be "Probable cause" that a crime has been committed?

While we know that the 14th amendment to the constitution gave to corporations the same rights as living, breathing human beings, will we accept that justice requires that human Beings must determine if there is probale cause before an arrest is made?

If we look just a little further into this, where would the medical examiner have any legal standing to make a legal case for anyone to be charged with first degree murder?

Might we note the medical examiner is a clerk? And even if elected, do we see that without a grand jury the medical examiner cannot bring forward a prosecutable charge for murder without a grand jury certifying it is the same person named and the manner of death?

The couple got into a fight inside the woman’s home when she struck him in the left side of the face with an unidentified object, court records show. Another person in the home saw the fight and saw Davis running away from the house, prosecutors allege.

Can we only wonder who the person was who saw the fight?

Are we aware that a clerk or elected official can only make an emergency claim of probable cause based upon the exigent circumstances in American law of danger, flight or destruction of evidence?

Do we understand that when a person is arrested that a grand jury is to determine if there was probable cause to make the arrest in the first place? The lady is held in jail now until March 31.

Who made the allegation she struck the man?

Might we not note that the medical examiner is a agent of the corporation, the state? Might that not present a conflict of interest issue in that the same corporation that is making the allegations has also made the arrest?

If an open public grand jury had looked at the mans death, might they have determined that he died from something else instead?

Do we recall that our founding fathers did not trust the writers of the constitution? Is that not why they would only do the deal with a full Bill of Rights in?

Are there some of us that can put ourselves into this woman's shoes for a time to get a look at what the state is doing to her?

That little job that helps to make ends meet. Might it be gone now that the lady is held in jail? Maybe her apartment rented out and no home to go to when or if she returns?

Might she have to join the millions already living out on the streets?

Might a grand jury inquire if the medical examiner or prosecutor have conflicts of interest such as investments in the low cost labor source provided by the privatized, state funded prison system?

Might there be some economic motives to push ahead with such a case as this?

Might a plea bargain work to bypass any open to the public jury trial?

Will Labor not come into this STRIKE THEM OUT and close this right less, unjust tyranny of Judah genocide out?

The promise of America. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Will Labor not put our rights in and give us the best deal again?

Will Labor not get Germany's pharmaceuticals out?

On the other grand jury story, how might we read the Black lives protesters in Minneapolis who are doing all that they can to get the grand jury ended due to no transparency and never indicting any police officers?

Miski Noor, an organizer for Black Lives Minneapolis said. “This is humongous. It’s for everybody in Minneapolis.”

Protesters demanded that a grand jury not be used in the case, taking issue with the secrecy of the process and arguing that grand juries rarely indict officers.


The law is applied the same whether a grand jury or a prosecutor examines a case


The prosecutor will be weighing evidence behind closed doors

NAACP president Nekima Levy-Pounds said she was cautiously optimistic.

Might it not have been better to push for open grand juries? Are we aware that secret grand juries are Judah law and not the American way of open government?

In the Jamar Clark case that is celebrating the promise of no more grand juries in Minneapolis, is it not curious that they occupied a police precinct for 18 days to press their demands?

Does that not seem like a longtime to miss work?

How will all those bills ever be paid? Might there be an invisible hand somewhere that is seeking an end to grand jury process claiming it doesn't work so why not get rid of it?

Will labor not STRIKE THEM OUT, get hold of the bourse and put live streaming to the Internet of the grand juries in operation here?

Father's with us Labor, please don't let us down.

Their time has ended Labor. They are no more to be found around God's village. They’ve offended Father and Father is dying them off.

Judah has made a mortal error. Because of it, he has lost his cipher now. Father only wants his meek kids in.

Father wants us to "love one another." Will His meek children not listen to Father and follow his will to inherit the earth?

Are we understanding that God wills that Labor take over the issue of our money here?

Father wants his children to act with mercy, and forgiveness. Father wants His children to live in peace and harmony with each other. Are we understanding that genocide Judah is out of here forever now Labor?

"Get them right out of here." Tele receive. 3.46 PM

Judah tells us in reverse speech that he has created his largest number of hybrid transplant shells in our family from the land of good people.

Might that explain how the score got so high in the neighborhood? Judah got a whole different cipher.

Bitchie, like many others has been puzzled by some things. Meets so many nice people, and wondered, "how did this nation ever get so separated?"

Judah racing us to separate us from the love of one another. Separating us so that we could not build an equitable, fair, peaceful society for everyone to live in.

Continues at:

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Thank you Father for letting weap Judah go. An error in creation so it goes.

We pray to you Father that your children in Labor will look past the fault

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