Skip to comments.Obama critic hit with charges
Posted on 04/06/2010 7:54:26 PM PDT by Man50D
A former military officer who has pursued a criminal complaint accusing President Obama of treason over his refusal to provide his original birth certificate that could document his presidential eligibility is facing a court hearing in two weeks over allegations of disorderly conduct and "rioting" for confronting a grand-jury meeting in Tennessee.
WND reported last year when retired U.S. Navy officer Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III, who has run a campaign for two decades to uncover and try to correct what he believes are criminal activities within the military, leveled the accusations against Obama.
In his complaint addressed to Obama via U.S Attorney Russell Dedrick and Assistant U.S. Attorney Edward Schmutzer, Eastern District, Tennessee, Fitzpatrick wrote then: "You have broken in and entered the White House by force of contrivance, concealment, conceit, dissembling, and deceit. Posing as an impostor president and commander in chief you have stripped civilian command and control over the military establishment."
He continued, "I accuse you and your military-political criminal assistants of TREASON. I name you and your military criminal associates as traitors. Your criminal ascension manifests a clear and present danger. You fundamentally changed our form of government. The Constitution no longer works."
Now Fitzpatrick is facing a local court hearing in Monroe County, Tenn., on municipal and county allegations of resisting arrest, riot, disorderly conduct and interrupting a meeting.
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“Do not challenge der Fuhrer old man!”
Fitzpatrick is right and there are many in the military that know it.
Can one person really qualify as a "riot"?!
Only if he is wearing a kilt and playing the pipes.
I'm no lawyer, but it seems to me that he could fight that charge pretty easily. Here is the Webster's online dictionary definition for Riot...:
2 a : public violence, tumult, or disorder b : a violent public disorder; specifically : a tumultuous disturbance of the public peace by three or more persons assembled together and acting with a common intent
It takes 3 or more to make a riot. One might be guilty of disorderly conduct, but without accomplices one can not be partaking in a riot.
and if they argue that the law doesn't require 3 or more one can argue that the law is based upon a revised interpretation of the English language. Ignorance of the law may be no defense, but ignorance of the unique revision of the English language might.
Publicity is good for his cause and harms Obama.
But it’s another sign that Obama is losing it and is on his way to his implosion.
For some background:
Commander Fitzpatrick attacks Obama at Monroe County Courthouse—American Grand Jury website
Commander Fitzpatrick files Treason Charges Against Obama in front of Grand Jury
Lt. Cmdr. Walter Francis Fitzpatrick is now a political prisoner
Man attempts citizen’s arrest of grand jury foreman; gets police officer’s arrest in return
We should be thankful that dear reader has not had him shop by the CIA yet as a “terrorist.”
Shop = Shot. sorry.