The Revolutionary Knowledge Of Jury Nullification

By: Michael D. Jacobsen
Staff writer at Fighting the Tyranny

It is a term which terrifies lawyers. A word which some of them as well as judges deny exists. Yet exist it does, the term is jury nullification. It is a long-held and fundamental right of the American people you will hear few talks of it. If you are selected for jury duty, there is an excellent chance that the team of attornies will disqualify you if you speak of it. People have been arrested outside of courthouses because they were informing people of what it is. Why is jury nullification a threat to the system if the purpose of the system in the first place is justice? The fair and impartial justice that is represented by the Lady Liberty Statue standing with a blindfold on showing no partiality to a side, just a focus on the truth. In her hands are the scales to bring balance and a sword in the other hand to represent fair punishment.

So what is jury nullification, and why is it such a seldom heard term in our vocabulary? Jury nullification is the acquitting of a defendant by a jury in disregard of the judge’s instructions and contrary to the jury’s findings of fact. In other words, if the jury feels the law itself is wrong, they can render a verdict of not guilty because they think the law itself is wrong. This is one of the greatest weapons we the people have against unjust laws.

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A History Of The CIA And Drug Trafficking

By Michael D. Jacobsen
Staff writer for Fighting the Tyranny

The very beginnings of what is now known as the Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, started in 1942. This was done, of course in response to the US involvement in WWII under the name of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS).  The role of the OSS was to collect and analyze information required by the Joint Chiefs of Staff for their war efforts and to conduct special operations that are not assigned to other agencies.  After the war, the OSS was mostly dismantled and transferred to the State and War Departments. Continue reading “A History Of The CIA And Drug Trafficking”

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