A Demonstration Against Violations of Alaskan Constitutional Rights

We Demand from customers Our Right for the Grand Jury to Look into Criminal offense and Corruption by Public Officials

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SOLDOTNA, Alaska, March 28, 2022 (Globe NEWSWIRE) — On Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30 AM, Alaska Grand Jury Legal rights supporters will rally at the Kenai Courthouse to protest community officials attempting to prevent Grand Juries from investigating proof of systemic crime and corruption by general public officers. Alaska’s Constitution ensures that Alaskan citizens can report such evidence to the Grand Jury and that the Grand Jury can look into and produce a report with recommendations on these evidence.

The Kenai Peninsula Borough, City of Homer, and area neighborhood councils assist this challenge via unanimously approved Resolutions. See Resolutions and proof listed here:

https://alaskagrandjuryrights.com

Alaska Constitution, Post 1, Segment 8 The energy of grand juries to examine and make recommendations regarding the public welfare or basic safety shall hardly ever be suspended.

AS 12.40.030 Obligation of inquiry into crimes and standard powers. The grand jury shall have the electricity to investigate and make recommendations about the community welfare or security.

AS 12.40.040 Juror to disclose awareness of crime. If an particular person grand juror appreciates or has purpose to think that a criminal offense has been committed that is triable by the court, the juror shall disclose it to the other jurors, who shall investigate it.

Alaska Constitutional Convention (1307-1409): The grand jury is preserved, for all uses, specifically for investigation of community officials. The grand jury can be appealed to instantly, which is an priceless proper to the citizen.

Alaska Grand Jury Handbook, Web page 16: Can a grand juror inquire the grand jury to look into a crime that the district lawyer has not presented to them? Of course. The Alaska Statutes point out: “If an specific grand juror is aware of or has motive to feel that a crime has been fully commited that is triable by the court docket, the juror shall disclose it to the other jurors, who shall look into it.”

Alaska Grand Jury Handbook, Site 26: It will be up to the grand jury to make your mind up irrespective of whether to investigate.

Evidence that community officers are violating the regulation and constitutional rights can be considered at: https://alaskagrandjuryrights.com

Display at the Kenai Courthouse on Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30 AM to demand from customers that Grand Juries be allowed to see and lawfully act on proof of felony crimes and corruption by public officers.

Alaska Grand Jury Rights
David Haeg
907-398-6403 cell/textual content
[email protected]
https://alaskagrandjuryrights.com

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