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Re: court trial against me - the outcome

There is this old tenet that frogs in water that is gradually heated
don't notice they are being boiled alive. This is what is happening to
America. The changes are not coming quickly or severely enough for our
apathetic, somewhat stupid populace to be alarmed enough to do
something. Either that and/or we are too cowardly to act. It is a pity
because America was founded on great principles, at least on paper. What
a shame we are allowing a corrupt government and political system to rob
us of our Constitution and our heritage. The internet is coming
increasingly under attack. How much longer will it take before the dark
forces that are stealing our rights away have total control over the
internet, our use of it and our privacy? I see alot of web pages and
rhetoric, but only a few are taking actions, which is understandable
considering the heavy handedness of our present governments towards
Citizens who go against the grain.

To Andrew, I am familiar with jury nullification and believe in it as
something that should be regularily implemented. The judges and
prosecutors of course HATE this and will do just about anything they can
to stop it's practice. Best course is to keep your mouth shut and
practice nullification without they're even knowing it. Difficult to do
when 11 + a judge and court personnel are pressuring you to vote their

On Mon, 26 Nov 2007 16:46:03 -0800, "F. Fox" <kitsune.or@xxxxxxxxx>
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> Andrew Del Vecchio wrote:
> > Mark,
> > 	In absentia was always there, it just wasn't SOP like it is now. BTW,
> > are you familiar with jury nullification? It was a victim of the last
> > round of substance prohibition in the 20s and 30s. Essentially, jurors
> > have the (no longer honored) right to find a defendant 'not guilty' if
> > they feel that the law he is accused of breaking is BS. See
> > http://fija.org/ for more details.
> > 
> > ~Andrew
> (much snippage)
> It's a shame they don't have that right any more.
> Laws have a purpose IMO, but they should go only as far as is absolutely
> necessary.
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