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Zimmerman Prosecutor Criminally Indicted By Grand Jury For Allegedly Falsifying Arrest Warrant
sacbee.com ^ | Tuesday, Jul. 2, 2013 | Larry Klayman

Posted on 07/05/2013 2:37:00 PM PDT by virgil283

Edited on 07/05/2013 3:20:41 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]

" Florida State's Attorney Angela Corey has been indicted by a citizens' grand jury, convening in Ocala, Florida, over the alleged falsification of the arrest warrant and complaint that lead to George Zimmerman being charged with the second degree murder of African-American teenager Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida.


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1 posted on 07/05/2013 2:37:00 PM PDT by virgil283
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To: virgil283

Corrupt witch.


2 posted on 07/05/2013 2:40:37 PM PDT by South40
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To: virgil283

This is a “citizens’ grand jury,” convened by Larry Klayman.

Does this have any legal weight?

Mark


3 posted on 07/05/2013 2:41:01 PM PDT by MarkL (Do I really look like a guy with a plan?)
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To: virgil283
Larry Klayman, a former U.S. Justice Department prosecutor, a Florida lawyer since 1977, and now the "citizens' prosecutor" ...presided over the Ocala grand jury

Interesting.

Larry Klayman called this grand jury. I wonder what the prosecutor is required to do with this. Can they simply ignore it?

4 posted on 07/05/2013 2:42:20 PM PDT by Alex in chains
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To: MarkL

Larry “send me money so I can continue the circus” Klayman?


5 posted on 07/05/2013 2:42:30 PM PDT by shelterguy
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To: virgil283

They’re taking their orders from Attorney Corporal Holder.Something tells me that the IRS has something on one or more of the state’s main players.


7 posted on 07/05/2013 2:43:33 PM PDT by Gay State Conservative (The Civil Servants Are No Longer Servants...Or Civil.)
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To: virgil283

Being indicted by a Citzens’ Grand Jury has got to be both hugh and series.


8 posted on 07/05/2013 2:44:00 PM PDT by centurion316
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To: virgil283

This is about the 4th time this phony story has been posted. Get rid of it please.


9 posted on 07/05/2013 2:44:00 PM PDT by Sacajaweau
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To: MarkL

The same as you weigh in space.


10 posted on 07/05/2013 2:44:15 PM PDT by EEGator
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To: virgil283

kooks


11 posted on 07/05/2013 2:44:40 PM PDT by longtermmemmory (VOTE! http://www.senate.gov and http://www.house.gov)
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To: shelterguy

let’s hear about how much effort YOU have put in compared to Klayman...


12 posted on 07/05/2013 2:44:45 PM PDT by Mr. K (There are lies, damned lies, statistics, and democrat talking points.)
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To: shelterguy

Larry “send me money so I can continue the circus” Klayman?


It has to be. I wish I had the money I sent Judicial Watch to NOT get the Clintons.


13 posted on 07/05/2013 2:46:53 PM PDT by laplata (Liberals don't get it. Their minds have been stolen.)
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To: MarkL

About as much weight as posting “Guilty!” on a naughty teacher thread.


14 posted on 07/05/2013 2:47:19 PM PDT by Tijeras_Slim
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To: Mr. K

let’s hear about how much effort YOU have put in compared to Klayman..


Uh, Larry Klayman got a lot of money from a lot of us and he didn’t deliver.

He might have made an effort but didn’t get anywhere. But he did pad his bank account.


15 posted on 07/05/2013 2:50:47 PM PDT by laplata (Liberals don't get it. Their minds have been stolen.)
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To: Rusty0604

Isn’t this just a form of what the San Francisco Committee on Vigilance did back in the 1850s ? I really don’t believe there is a citizen right to indict if there is a belief that justice has been subverted. Race hustlers like Al Sharpton would love something like this to become a standard practice for aggrieved communities.


16 posted on 07/05/2013 2:52:21 PM PDT by xkaydet65
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To: xkaydet65
Isn’t this just a form of what the San Francisco Committee on Vigilance did back in the 1850s?

I don't know; I've never heard of SFCV.

I really don’t believe there is a citizen right to indict if there is a belief that justice has been subverted.

What, then, is a presentment?

17 posted on 07/05/2013 3:02:47 PM PDT by OneWingedShark (Q: Why am I here? A: To do Justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with my God.)
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To: xkaydet65

no kiding. Be careful what you give credence to. The Sharptons and SJlee’s of the world would have a mainstream press enabled heyday.


18 posted on 07/05/2013 3:13:27 PM PDT by ping jockey
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To: virgil283

In other news the Florida Citizen’s Grand Jury indicted Metamucil for not making the oldsters poop enough. Next up: They’re going after the racketeers at the KOA Kampgrounds who ask old people to pay attention when they park their RVs.


19 posted on 07/05/2013 3:14:45 PM PDT by MeganC (A gun is like a parachute. If you need one, and don't have one, you'll never need one again.)
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To: virgil283

FTA: ‘’black activists such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, who whipped up wrath against Zimmerman...’’

And they say blacks suffer from ‘’the soft bigotry of low expectations.’’ But what else can reasonable people expect from blacks like the Reverends Jesse and Al and their numerous followers but the very low expectation that they will foment riots if George Zimmerman is not convicted by the kangaroo court they forced Florida officials to set up through threats and intimidation?

And if the Reverends Jesse and Al managed to accomplish that, why shouldn’t we also expect them to threaten and intimidate the jurors so that they will deliver a guilty verdict?


20 posted on 07/05/2013 3:15:57 PM PDT by Bluestocking
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To: virgil283

I’m not sure but I think this has been pulled by the Mods at least twice

TT


21 posted on 07/05/2013 3:17:49 PM PDT by TexasTransplant (Idiocracy used to just be a Movie... Live every day as your last...one day you will be right)
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To: virgil283
Zimmerman Prosecutor Criminally Indicted By Grand Jury For Allegedly Falsifying Arrest Warrant

The hell with that. He should be criminally indicted for making the jury listen to the likes of Rachel Jeantel and Schipping Bao and that other nutcase ME.

22 posted on 07/05/2013 3:21:50 PM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: xkaydet65

First I ever heard of it, so I looked it up:
WHEREAS it has become apparent to the citizens of San Francisco, that there is no security for life and property, either under the regulations of society as it at present exists, or under the law as now administered; Therefore the citizens, whose names are hereunto attached, do unit themselves into an association for the maintenance of the peace and good order of society, and the preservation of the lives and property of the citizens of San Francisco, and do bind ourselves, each unto the other, to do and perform every lawful act for the maintenance of law and order, and to sustain the laws when faithfully and properly administered; but we are determined that no thief, burglar, incendiary or assassin, shall escape punishment, either by the quibbles of the law, the insecurity of prisons. the carelessness or corruption of the police, or a laxity of those who pretend to administer justice. ”

It boasted a membership of 700 and claimed to operate in parallel to, and in defiance of, the duly constituted city government. Committee members used its headquarters for the interrogation and incarceration of suspects who were denied the benefits of due process. The Committee engaged in policing, investigating disreputable boarding houses and vessels, deporting immigrants, and parading its militia. Four people were hanged by the Committee; one was whipped (a common punishment at that time); fourteen were deported to Australia; fourteen were informally ordered to leave California; fifteen were handed over to public authorities; and forty-one were discharged. The 1851 Committee of Vigilance was dissolved during the September elections, but its executive members continued to meet into 1853.
The Committee of Vigilance was reorganized on 14 May 1856 by many of the leaders from the first one and adopted an amended version of the 1851 constitution.[3] Unlike the earlier Committee, and the vigilante tradition generally, the 1856 Committee was concerned with not only civil crimes but also politics and political corruption.[3] The catalyst for the Committee was a murder, in the guise of a political duel in which James P. Casey shot opposition newspaper editor James King of William. The 1856 Committee was also much larger, claiming 6,000 in its ranks. The 1856 Committee of Vigilance dissolved on 11 August 1856, and marked the occasion with a “Grand Parade.”[3]

Political power in San Francisco was transferred to a new political party established by the vigilantes, the People’s Party, which ruled until 1867 and was eventually absorbed into the Republican Party.


23 posted on 07/05/2013 3:43:59 PM PDT by Rusty0604
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To: virgil283

How many times is this meaningless post going to be recycled?


24 posted on 07/05/2013 3:44:03 PM PDT by TheLawyerFormerlyKnownAsAl
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To: virgil283

The way it is done now, “citizen grand juries” are nothing more than press releases. However, this *could* change.

In a given state, a law could be created for a process by which a citizen grand jury could be seated. It would have to use the same pool of citizens as a regular grand jury, but participation would have to be entirely voluntary and likely unpaid.

Its purpose would be to assemble both documentary evidence and unsworn testimony, that if the grand jury found was substantial evidence of criminal wrongdoing by a public official, transcripts of those proceedings would be forwarded to legal authorities outside and superior to the authority of the investigated public official, subordinates or peers who could block it.


25 posted on 07/05/2013 3:52:05 PM PDT by yefragetuwrabrumuy (Best WoT news at rantburg.com)
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To: MarkL

No. It’s an ad-hoc kangaroo court.


26 posted on 07/05/2013 3:55:27 PM PDT by ctdonath2 (Making good people helpless doesn't make bad people harmless.)
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To: virgil283

I wish some “citizens” would drag her fat ass to Gitmo.


27 posted on 07/05/2013 4:07:10 PM PDT by montag813 (NO AMNESTY * ENFORCE THE LAW * http://StandWithArizona.com)
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To: 2nd amendment mama

Ping!

Interesting.....


28 posted on 07/05/2013 4:07:26 PM PDT by basil (2ASisters.org)
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To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Berosus; bigheadfred; Bockscar; ColdOne; Convert from ECUSA; ...

Thanks virgil283.


29 posted on 07/05/2013 4:32:23 PM PDT by SunkenCiv (McCain or Romney would have been worse, if you're a dumb ass.)
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To: Mr. K; shelterguy

Shelterguy has had at least as many successful outcomes as has Mr. K layman.


30 posted on 07/05/2013 5:10:06 PM PDT by PAR35
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To: PAR35

I have never taken millions of dollars from donors to get ZERO results either.


31 posted on 07/05/2013 5:19:41 PM PDT by shelterguy
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To: virgil283; Admin Moderator

“citizens’ grand jury” == bunch of yahoos issuing a press release. It has no recognized legal standing. We’ve had several of these threads, and they make FR look stupid.


32 posted on 07/05/2013 5:25:13 PM PDT by PapaBear3625 (You don't notice it's a police state until the police come for you.)
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To: virgil283
This isn't a real grand jury. This is a bullshit group of people running their traps in hopes for donation. In fact, I'd go as far as to consider this fraud.
33 posted on 07/07/2013 8:13:04 AM PDT by Darren McCarty (Abortion - legalized murder for convenience)
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To: Alex in chains

They can ignore it, because Klayman is no longer a prosecutor.


34 posted on 07/07/2013 8:14:57 AM PDT by Darren McCarty (Abortion - legalized murder for convenience)
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