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Vicky Davis

Vicky Davis, was a Computer Systems Analyst/Programmer turned Internet Researcher and writer. She received her training in computer programming in Santa Clara, California in mid 1970s. She worked primarily – but not entirely on IBM mainframe systems for large corporations and government entities. As an Internet Researcher, she continues to apply her Systems Analyst skills focusing her research on the revolution in government from the systems perspective. She has two websites: ' ' http://www.thetechnocratictyranny.com (newer website) http://www.channelingreality.com (older website)

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    Richard Poitevin

    Thank God for the wisdom of the founders of the united States of America for laying the cornerstone of justice in the right to trial by a jury of peers!

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      admin

      Portland is a liberal stronghold too so it really did work in this case.

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    Joe Lalek

    So the jack booted government thugs didn’t show proper paperwork as requested and decided to take “the law into their own hands”. Typical. The pendulum, I believe, has reached its apex in this country and is slowly starting to swing the other way, and…..Lord help us all if the government continues down this same path. Scary…..

    I am Lalek.

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      admin

      It is scary and exhilarating at the same time. There is nothing more dangerous than a wounded animal and the criminal syndicate that is running our government is wounded now.

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    marvin taylor

    After all the Bundys have been through, this is worse than deplorable. I sincerely hope justice finally prevails for them. I would ask that everyone spread the word about this. Talk about it, post on social media, get the word out. Obviously mainstream media is not. All the names of the deputies in that courtroom should be published widely and they and their higher-ups should be made to feel ashamed.

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      admin

      I’m going to Senator Crapo’s office today about it. I know that’s like spitting in the wind but at the moment, it’s the best I can do.

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    Doug Traubel

    In matters of prosecution “The law” is as much on trial as the defendant(s).

    In this case the weak “conspiracy” charge reeked of desperation by the Feds to persecute this element and make an example of them. In my opinion the defendants were political prisoners.

    I am proud of the jury for its discernment and for nullifying the law as applied in this circumstance.

    If you measured the peaceful actions of the defendants by state law they were all low level misdemeanors committed in the spirit of protest. This was civil disobedience that drew a disproportionate response by the federal government resulting in Oregon State Troopers escalating and killing LaVoy Finicum.

    The federal government does not tolerate dissent as it grows in power beyond the limits of the Constitution.

    Doug Traubel, Author of Red Badge A Veteran Officer’s Commentary on the Marxist Subversion of American Law Enforcement & Culture

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      admin

      It renewed by faith in the jury system, but observing how the courts are working is very disturbing. This is my first encounter with the judicial system outside of traffic court and I have to say that I am appalled by the corrupt of the process. It’s a rigged system that does not protect the rights of the accused. It’s a system of guilty until proven innocent and in which the prosecution, the court and the public defenders are on one side of the table and the defendant is on the other. I now understand why we have so many people in jail. As if all that weren’t bad enough, there is a profit incentive to put people in jail and keep them there. It’s a morally bankrupt as well as a corrupt system.

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