Dear Editor:

More and more people are waking up to the fact that We, the People, have the authority to change what we do not like about the current laws and corrupt practices taking place in Colorado. The local re-institution of the Common Law Grand Jury (suppressed by the executive branch of government from the people for decades) is one of the steps we can take to protect ourselves. Another step is dealing with our courts, the colluding judicial branch of government. There are two Colorado state petitions now circulating that can help begin to end judicial tyranny and hold judges accountable to their misconduct in the courts and against us all. Today, judges can do as they please and break any laws they wish because they are not held accountable by law. Why? Because the judges make the rules for disciplining themselves, and they simply rarely do that (97 percent dismissed).How convenient.“The Two-thirds Majority Amendment,” and “The Honest Judge Amendment” are the two issues we need to voice our order to our servants on. If you are comfortable with standing before a judge who cannot be disciplined for his illegal actions against us, or ignoring the rule of law and the Colorado Constitution and Statutes (which we have ample documentation on locally), then we are subjecting ourselves to a dictatorship via the judicial branch of our servant government. If we choose not to change this, we deserve what we get, and we will “get” it. If you want to make a difference, then sign these petitions at our Constitution Class on Thursdays, 6 p.m. at The Quality Resort, uptown Pagosa, or contact the Archuleta County Guard at 731-7311 to arrange a place to sign them, anywhere in Colorado. You can also print out your own petition at www.cleanupthecourts.org/petitions.html and obtain your own group of signatures. Contact us on the proper steps to take to make them legally valid, or come to our meeting for a few minutes or more. You only need eight signatures per petition. There is great momentum in Colorado to help take back our liberties. You can support this, or simply ignore it and reap the consequences from out-of-control judges who do as they please. You’ve seen it, right? Please join the wave of truth-seeking and defending our liberties, locally and across Colorado.

Jeff Maehr

This story was posted on June 26, 2014.

One Response to Judges

  1. Sharon Casali Parker

    June 27, 2014 at 10:58 am

    Very well put Jeff! I always tell visitors not to buy in Archuleta because of the rules and regulations put on it`s people. Our county does not listen to the community as a whole, just special interest people or groups. I have meet a lot of people who “Use to live here when it was a nice place” and they moved out because their freedoms were being taken away. Archuleta County is a Beautiful place but the local government sucks.