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MNN. 9 Mar. 2016. After waiting for almost 20 years the trial of the beatings of the rotino’shonni by the New York State Troopers on May 18, 1997 will finally begin.
On September 20th 2016, the victims plan for a one-year sojourn close to the court on our homeland. Occupy Wall Street comes to mind! One plaintiff plans to park a camper in front of the courthouse.
The US government will not hide behind corporate masks to commit murder any longer, Ronnie Jones. They will no longer kill those whom disagree with them.
The rotino’shonni have been waiting almost 20 years for this case to be heard. They were hoping we’d all die off by now. That is their ultimate strategy. The media shows their involvement in the disclosure documents.
The public is invited to join. Any provisions would be greatly appreciated.
Maybe now we can have a proper tribunal outside their Admiralty jurisdiction. We want justice. The true criminals have not been charged yet. The fall guys [New York State Troopers] are being put on trial.
The legality of the United States as a corporate entity is at stake. Those hiding behind corporate masks [president, vice-president, generals, secretary of state, etc.] will pay for the crimes they committed for the corporation.
As the Jeff Beck Group reminds the criminal cabal what’s going to happen to them: “I’m going down – down, down, down, down, down, down. I got my big feet in the window, and my head is on the ground…”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPirYDvwM30%20%20
Case #98CV374, Jones v. Parmley, New York Northern District US Court, 100 So. Clinton St., Box 7367, Syracuse NY 315-793-8151.
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Beating at Onondaga 1997