The following speech was presented during public comments (approximately 6:30 pm) at the Fort Collins City Council Meeting on June 7, 2011 and can be viewed at http://www.fcgov.com/cable14/ (click on the June 2, 2011 Council Meeting).
IMPORTANT NOTE: In attendance and witness to the request for a grand jury investigation:
Contact information for the above people:
It has become standard practice for people to claim that statements of opinion are the same as statements of fact. Rarely is this mistake unintentional. The reason people avoid the truth is obvious:
- massive systems that have been built on fraud become exposed and are subject to collapse when the truth is told;
- knowledge of the truth forces one to act based on reality; and,
- claims that the truth is merely one’s opinion makes it easier for people to avoid the consequences of actual truth.
This is form JDF 405 called “Consent to Assignment to Magistrate” http://www.courts.state.co.us/Forms/Word/jdf405.doc from the Colorado State Judicial website. Most people in Larimer County are not aware of this form and they are not being given the opportunity to protect themselves. Thousands of people are being denied their rights and it is costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars. Here is why this matters to people in Fort Collins and Larimer County.
When you consent to a magistrate:
Most people are not aware of the differences between a judge and a magistrate. In Larimer County especially, knowledge of that distinction is critical.
The United States Constitution and the Colorado Constitution guarantee our right to be governed by law and by an impartial judge. This means that any and all issues that are placed in front of a magistrate can be “non-consented”. That is our right by law and it is not open for denial.
What does the District Attorney say about it? He says, if you want a judge, you get a judge. It sounds good to hear that, but the problem is, in his district, the law is being blatantly ignored.
But what is happening down there at 201 LaPorte Avenue? Magistrates are repeatedly violating our rights, breaking the law, and committing crimes in open court. Remember, these are facts, based on the truth, and evidence exists to prove it.
Magistrates are repeatedly and continuously violating our right to due process. That behavior is putting men, women, boys and girls at risk. It is also costing people their homes, businesses, retirement accounts and basic rights to life.
Magistrates are guilty of extortion as defined by the law.
It gets worse. Clerks of the court, deputy sheriffs, and magistrates are saying this:
The question begs: whose ethics?
This is how treason works in the United States and here are the references to the Law (US Constitution Article 2, Section 10 and Colorado Constitution Article 2, Section 25):
When crimes are committed in Larimer County, you report to the sheriff’s office. When crimes are committed in the City of Fort Collins, you report to the police department. Those crimes are then taken to the district attorney for consideration.
If you ever been in south Florida during a hot summer night, you know from experience what cockroaches do when you turn on the light.
What are people to do when the evidence shows that the police department, sheriff’s office and district attorney are colluding to prevent truth and disable justice?
This is why a grand jury investigation is warranted. Thousands of cases. Thousands of lives. I am calling on any elected official of any position and any law enforcement officer of any rank to begin an investigation into the brutal violations of the law in Larimer County.