The People's Grand Jury Under Common Law in Dixie County FL Files Two True Bill Presentments Charging Government Officials of Bribery, Jury Tampering and Obstruction of Justice
Friday, August 15, 2014 - Dixie County, FL
The People's Grand Jury Under Common Law in Dixie County, FL issued and filed two (2) True Bill Presentments with the County Clerk for multiple counts of criminal activity, including jury tampering, obstruction of justice on one True Bill Presentment with Bribery as the charge on the second.
Dixie County Clerk of Court, Dana Johnson, stamped receipt of the findings on Friday, August 15, 2014 at 4:31pm.
According to sources, the Grand Jury of Dixie County attempted to exercise their Presentment power reserved for the Grand Jury in the 5th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution:
"No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury"
U.S. Constitution, 5th Amendment
And supported by the 1992 Supreme Court case, U.S. vs Williams, where Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the majority opinion, stated:
"The grand jury requires no authorization from its constituting court to initiate an investigation,..."
"And in its day to day functioning, the grand jury generally operates without the interference of a presiding judge. It swears in its own witnesses, and deliberates in total secrecy."
US Supreme Court, U.S. vs Williams (1992)
According to sources close to the matter, information of criminal activity was presented to Grand Jury Foreman, Terry Trussell, and in accordance with his oath and the instructions provided at the outset of his term, he attempted to convene a meeting of the Dixie County Grand Jury.
Rule 7.2 in the Florida Grand Jury Instructions states, "The law provides that, if a grand juror knows or has reason to believe that an indictable offense triable in this county has been committed, the juror shall declare that fact to the other jurors for investigation. Individually, a juror may receive information but that information shall be reported immediately to the foreperson or the state attorney (or the statewide prosecutor) for investigation if it is of interest to the grand jury or relevant to its investigations."
Upon contacting the County Clerk to begin the process of convening the Grand Jury, it was reported that he was met with resistance and interference.
As the original criminal complaint was clearly unable to be presented to the Grand Jury in compliance with the necessary secrecy and protection of witnesses, paperwork was filed with the Court Clerk deeming the statutory Grand Jury of Dixie County compromised and obstructed.
As a result, and in accordance with Common Law, the people of Dixie County met to elect 25 jurors to consider the matter at hand.
Deliberations and votes of the Grand Jury are secret, per Common Law, and remain as such. The meeting that took place on Thursday, August 14th, 2014 at 10:00 AM at the Dixie County Courthouse of the People's Grand Jury Under Common Law in Dixie County resulted in the attached two (2) True Bill Presentments.
The Grand Jury Oath of Office, in part, states:
"...do solemnly swear (or affirm) that you will diligently inquire into all matters put in your charge and you will make true presentments of your findings..."
Florida Grand Jury Oath of Office
According to sources close to the matter, the second True Bill Presentment regards the original criminal activity that was brought to the attention of the Grand Jury. It is not clear if other matters of criminal activity were brought forth, considered or voted upon.
TRUE BILL PRESENTMENT #1
Obstruction of Justice & Tampering with the Jury
The True Bill Presentment pertaining to Obstruction of Justice and Tampering with the Jury lists the following charges against State Attorney, Jeffrey A. Seigmeister:
(Note: this is an incomplete list. For the complete list of charges, download the scanned copies of the filed True Bill Presentment here).
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE:
- Violation of his Oath of Office
- Breach of duty. (intentional)
- Criminal contempt against Due Process of Law
- Coercion of the Jury
- Making phone calls to the Members of the Grand Jury before being convened.
- Refusing to give the names and phone numbers of the chose[n] Members to the Grand Jury Foreman.
- Falsely instructing the Dixie County Court Clerk to prevent the Grand Jury Foreman to do his duty for the Grand Jury.
- Misprision of a Felony
- Blocking the Grand Jury Foreman access to members of the Grand Jury.
- Undermining the integrity of the Grand Jury
- Violation of the Statutes pertaining to the Grand Jury
- Violating and refusing to follow mandated precedent in U.S. v. Williams 504 U.S. 36 (1992)
- Taking complete control of the Grand Jury process.
- Manipulating the minds of the Grand Jury Members.
- Denying the people access to their Due Process of Law through the Grand Jury under Common Law of the people and protected from the other three branches of government.
- Criminally conspiring with others to obstruct and block the People's access to the Grand Jury.
- Tampering with the Mail intended for the Grand Jury Foreman.
TAMPERING WITH THE GRAND JURY:
- Violation of his Oath of Office
- Breach of Duty
- Failed to provide Juror Handbooks to the Jurors
- Refused instructions by the Grand Jury Foreman to send all necessary informational documents to the Members of the Grand Jury.
- Refusing to provide the Grand Jury Foreman with the names and phone numbers of the chosen Members.
- Instructing the Court Clerk not to provide that information.
- Taking possession of the Grand Jury documents and keeping them in his possession in violation of the law requiring them to be kept in the custody of the Court Clerk.
- Calling the Grand Jury Members on the phone.
- Taking control of the Grand Jury process in the court room in violation of the clear direction of the duty of the Grand Jury Foreman.
- Causing the Grand Jury Members to look to him [Siegmeister] for approval after every statement from the Grand Jury Foreman.
- Eye and body gestures behind the view of the Grand Jury Foreman, clearly designed to influence the minds of the jurors and designed to undermine the integrity of the Grand Jury Foreman. All in violation of the Statutes, Jury instructions and the Supreme Court precedents (rule of Stare Decisis).
- Refusing to act as an adviser when questions arise and instead acting as a dictator in the process.
- Causing serious harm to the Grand Jury process.
For a complete list of charges, download a scanned copy of the filed True Bill Presentments here.
TRUE BILL PRESENTMENT #2
Bribery in relation to the implementation of Common Core
A True Bill Presentment was issued with charges of Bribery in relation to the implementation of Common Core. The document names the following involved in the criminal activity:
Superintendent of Schools for Dixie County, Mark Rains
Dixie County School Board:
- Timothy Alexander
- Cheryl Pridgen
- Chuck Farmer
- Paul Gainey
- Dwayne Rollinson
Former Governor Charlie Crist
Governor Rick Scott
Pam Stewart, Florida Department of Education
Bill and Melinda Gates and their Foundations
Pearson (book publishing)
General Electric Corporation
For a complete list of the Bribery charges relating to the implementation of Common Core, see the attached document filed with the Dixie County Court Clerk.