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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #165 on: June 28, 2009, 03:50:21 am »

Keep 'em coming :). I'd love to shake your hand one day. I love viewing the raucous and taunting signs that you put up on your property aimed at TPTB. Those pictures never fail to bring a smile to my face.
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #166 on: August 28, 2009, 07:20:09 am »

Here's a copy of my motion to dismiss filed on December 21, 2005:

Commonwealth of Kentucky
Circuit Court
Monroe County

Commonwealth of Kentucky Plaintiff

vs. Case No. 05-CR-00082

Winston Ward Johnson Defendant

MOTION TO DISMISS

Comes now the Defendant, in propria persona and prays that this Honorable Court will dismiss the four (4) counts of Stalking in the First Degree in Case No. 05-CR-00082. Defendant requests dismissal on the grounds that by the very definition of "to stalk" as defined in KRS 508.130(1)(a)3 and the exception in KRS 508.130(2) he did not "stalk" Wesley W. Stephens between July 29, 2005 and September 21, 2005 as charged in Indictment No. 05-CR-00082.
The defendant was engaged in a legitimate course of conduct for 22 day from July 29, 2005 thru September 16, 2005 while exercising his natural, inherent and inalienable right to: (1) freely communicate his thoughts and opinions, (2) redress grievances by remonstrance and, (3) bear arms in defense of himself, to wit:
Bill of Rights of the 1891 Constitution of Kentucky, Section 1: All men are, by nature, free and equal, and have certain inherent and inalienable rights, among which may be reckoned: First: The right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties. Fourth: The right of freely communicating their thoughts and opinions. Sixth: The right of assembling together in a peaceable manner for their common good, and of applying to those invested with the power of government for redress of grievances or other proper purposes, by petition, address or remonstrance. Seventh: The right to bear arms in defense of themselves and of the State, subject to the power of the General Assembly to enact laws to prevent persons from carrying concealed weapons.
The defendant was engaged in the legitimate act of remonstrance for 22 days from July 29, 2005 thru September 16, 2005. Black's Law Dictionary, 8th Edition, page 1321 defines "remonstrance" as (1) a presentation of reasons for opposition or grievance. (2) a formal document stating reasons for opposition or grievance. (3) a formal protest against governmental policy, actions, or officials. The right of self-defense is probably the most fundamental right of a free Human Being. After receiving reports of two death threats on 8/18/05 and 8/22/05 the defendant began exercising his natural, inherent and inalienable right of self-defense while exercising his right of redress by remonstrance.
On August 29, 2005 while he was standing on a public sidewalk on the corner of Main and 3rd Streets in Tompkinsville the defendant was intentionally struck by a vehicle driven by Jack Parker Carter. On September 16, 2005 Danny Vinson attacked and damaged 3 of defendant's signs located on Main Street in Tompkinsville. Danny Vinson is said to be a private investigator and carries a pistol on his person.
 
On September 16, 2005 at approximately 4:30 pm a black Ford pick-up pulling a goose-neck trailer loaded with round bales of hay deliberately cut the corner of Main and 3rd Streets, ran over and destroyed one of defendant's 5 foot signs and almost hit him and his bicycle cart.
These 3 incidents were all reported to the Monroe County Sheriff's Department, Tompkinsville City Police and to the staff of the Monroe County Attorney.
While it may have been thought by some that the statements on defendant's signs were offensive and his course of conduct outrageous, the majority of those viewing defendant's signs was that of approval and acknowledgement that Monroe County has a serious problem with corrupt public servants, including and especially Wesley W. Stephens.
At no time did the defendant's course of conduct rise to the level of criminal behavior.
Perhaps one the the defendant's signs will best expain his purpose and course of conduct during his 22 days of remonstrance in front of the Monroe County courthouse from July 29, 2005 thru September 16, 2005, it stated:
"Public servants of Monroe County, if you choose to violate the Constitution you better grab a large tube of Preparation H because I, Winston Ward Johnson will become your worse case of hemorrhoids ever! Believe me I'm on your case like stink on a fresh pile of shit! Obey the Constitution or resign!"
Wesley W. Stephens was not the sole or even the main focus of defendant's remonstrance, rather it was to expose all corrupt public servants in Monroe County who violate both the Constitution and laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Defendant engaged in 22 days of remonstrance (as defined in Black's Law Dictionary, 8th Edition, page 1321, definition number 3) against Wesley W. Stephens because of his false, lying, slanderous statement against my son Winston Ward Johnson II in Juvenile Court on July 26, 2005.
On July 29, 2005 Wesley W. Stephens lied to defendant 3 times in the presence of a witness, therefore defendant displayed large signs explicitly stating that Wesley W. Stephens was a "Liar", a "Damn Liar", "Lying Sack of Shit", and a "Frickin' Liar". A video tape of the Juvenile Court proceedings on July 26, 2005 and a witness present on July 29, 2005 substantiate these facts.
Defendant did not at any time wear a t-shirt with the symbol of a "cocked pistol" on it. However the defendant did wear a t-shirt with two hands and the name Wes on it, one hand had the middle finger fully extended and the other pointing outward. Defendant has a witness from the store where the shirt was purchased that will testify that the symbols/name on the t-shirt means "fuck you Wes". Therefore unless Wesley W. Stephens thought defendant was actually threatening to sexually assault him there was absolutely no reasonable basis for fear of serious physical injury or death.
The defendant at no time threatened anyone, the defendant did not "stalk" anyone but rather was the victim of 2 death threats and two separate deadly assaults by individuals driving motor vehicles.
On the dates specified in Indictment No. 05-CR-00082 (July 29, 2005 thru September 21, 2005) the defendant was merely exercising his natural, inherent and inalienable right to: (1) freely communicate his thoughts and opinions, (2) redress grievances by remonstrance, and (3) bear arms in defense of himself.
Wherefore in consideration of these facts the defendant prays that this Honorable Court will recognize and uphold the great and essential principles of liberty and dismiss the 4 counts of Stalking in the First Degree in Case No. 05-CR-00082.
Respectfully, Winston Ward Johnson, %320 Shaw Station Road, Leitchfield, Kentucky 42754
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #167 on: November 18, 2009, 09:36:40 am »

Hello there fellow K.J. fans liberty oppressed...and or Freedom challenged alike :rolleyes: :BangHead:¬  Its been awhile...I've been in deep meditation...I have been upon a soul journey-within the darkest reaches of TYRANNYville. But as all Kentucky Johnsons do... I have conquered and come out and thru too the otherside. :rolleyes: Anyway unfortunately my time is short...The local library here (poopulation 1,650 persons)??? has stiffend its 30 minute computer time police-ie with new computor software!!!! You use to sign in and use a whind up cookie timer clock...The computer, It now cuts you off!... All data will be lost! And now you MUST have a actual plastic library card inwhich of course requires a DRIVERS LICENCE¬  :contract: :angry4:...(This may be my last post!)... And the 80 year old librarian is now carryin' a night stick ^_^ :rolleyes:...Its gettin pretty bad?!...So I must be brief.¬  Just thought i'd let you all know with a heads up...There is another Kentucky Johnson sui juris freeman cartoon comin' down the pipeline...It leads into the next "Remonstrance signal" cartoon I promised a few months ago (still in pencil stages) When K.J. gives thee fair citizens of T(yranny)-ville to call...a light signal to beam into the sky when thee sinister forces of corrupt local¬  gov-eerr-ment rears its ugly head... I'll be wakin' Bill up n sendin' it off too him in a coupler days or so... :lurk: It can be seen at the usual site http://billstclair.com/suijuris/ Hope all is well with all ya TMMers...CRYYY¬  :brave:
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #168 on: November 18, 2009, 10:20:08 am »

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig8/roots3.1.1.html

Shows the history of the Grand Jury and how the government has turned it from an institution to protect people into a rubber stamp.
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suijurisfreeman

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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #169 on: November 21, 2009, 06:30:53 pm »

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig8/roots3.1.1.html

Shows the history of the Grand Jury and how the government has turned it from an institution to protect people into a rubber stamp.

In the case of Commonwealth vs. Winston Ward Johnson the prosecutor never gave the Grand Jury the full definition of 'stalking' as defined in the Kentucky statutes because if he had they wouldn't have gone along with the sham charges.  The part they conviently left out was that 'constitutionally protected' activity is excluded in the stalking statute!  Also the prosecution knew damn well that 'stalking' is an ongoing course of conduct, therefore they couldn't legally ask the Grand Jury to return an indictment on 4 counts of 1st degree stalking.  They did that as an 'incentive' for me to do a plea bargain, something that I couldn't, wouldn't do -- period!
Like the saying goes, "a good prosecutor could get a ham sandwich indicted."
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #170 on: December 11, 2009, 09:20:45 am »

Sorry fer the delay...The latest "KJsjf cartoon" has been delivered and should be on Bills plate...It'll be up soon...¬  at http://billstclair.com/suijuris. It'll be under "KJC cartoons" file listed as KJC049...This cartoon introduces all you KJ fans (the one or two of you out there) to the "Remonstrance signal"... thee SECRET "Remonstrance cave" or (Yurt cave) and also thee "correct way" (in accordance with the rules of English Grammar) of spelling sui juris's SECRET identity...The mild mannered "Winston Ward Johnson" NOTwithstanding thier INCORRECT spelling WINSTON WARD JOHNSON...If or when¬ he's¬ engaged in a "legal mortal combat" with the local judical jurisdictions and or system... And I promise... the next cartoon, after this, will be the "Origins of thee Remonstrance signal" cartoon...Happy Holidays to all.
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #171 on: December 16, 2009, 09:30:47 pm »

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig8/roots3.1.1.html

Shows the history of the Grand Jury and how the government has turned it from an institution to protect people into a rubber stamp.

That was quite evident, as was the fact that the judge is no longer an impartial referee, simply there to ensure both sides follow the rules, but has taken the side of the government (knowing on which side his employment bread is buttered) in the IRS case against Dick Simkanin. Summarizing: The grand jury heard the government's side, but out of character they let Dick speak in his behalf. Showing the full reversal of it's intent, now they don't have to let the accused speak. Guess what. They failed to indict. So, it was presented again. Dick got to speak again. I truly feel the government thought their b.s. position was so rock solid they could risk letting him speak in his behalf and use the certain indictment in publicity. Interestingly, they again failed to indict. So, does the government decide to let it lie? Somehow, they get that choice. Why should they be able to present it repeatedly until the desired result is reached? What would be a reasonable limit? So, they present it again. This time, Dick is sitting outside the courtroom with all his documentation, waiting to go in and speak and they come out and tell him he is indicted. What?Then, off the subject of the grand jury, but in the trial fija promoters were picketing outside the courthouse and potential jurors saw the idea they could judge the law. I don't know if that influenced the jury, but it was hung. So, the government gets to try again. Why? What is the point of a jury trial system if the requirement for the jury to be unanimous means; rather than the fact that by a unanimous decision requirement, the accused must be now found not guilty; what it has come to mean is that if the government wants a guilty verdict, they have unlimited tries. Holy Lysander Spooner, what in the name of Thomas fucking Jerfferson can make sense of this? And these sons of bitches have the veneer of authority to take every possible resource their opponent has but they use those resources against him. And he has to fight with a pauper's defense. Whoever the flyby flaming asshole was who said that Sherry Jackson should be allowed to die from whatever ailment she contracted (more than likely induced, and this asshole knew it might have been induced) in prison from a general lack of care deserved what she got because she was only grandstanding. Does he realize they were able to create a situation where she had little resources with which to defend herself and her accusers had unlimited resources? So, back to Simkanin, when they got their second chance, the windows of the buses that took the jurors to the courthouse were blacked out so they could not see fija picketers. Not sure if that had any impact, he was found guilty.  Whooo, sorry for that digression, it's been building up and I had to get it out and the quote was both the catalyst and catharsis. I don't fully recall if all those facts were about Simkanin or if I'm mixing something in. I know I left out that the judge does not allow the law nor the constitution to be read in court as evidence, because I don't remember if that entered into his case. Back to the other asides in the thread.
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suijurisfreeman

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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #172 on: June 11, 2010, 08:37:48 am »

ROTFLMAO!!!!  Ain't life a bitch, this is just too fuckin' funny!  My oldest son just informed me that a Federal Grand Jury has indicted two dozen Monroe County, Kentucky officials on several corruption charges.  Paybacks are a bitch!
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #173 on: August 15, 2012, 01:44:49 pm »

  :hello:...Hello there Freedom lovers  :wub: and let's not ferget the 1 er 2 KJ fans out there :headbang: :notworthy:  ...Miss me :huh:  Yah...I know it's been awhile :popcorn:  Jus thought id update u all on the last post by my dad...aka sui juris freeman. As it all turned out..."After the dust settled"... only a handful of dhem dasterdly o...fishy...als actually made it to trial...most of the charges were in and for vote buying etc. in 2005-06 (Those years ring a bell? What a kawinkydink?!) and were found guilty...and givin what amounted too a slap on the wrist...1 year Probated n a small fine $$$ :nono: :threvil: Sooo anywho...Jus wanted to let u all know i'm fixxin ta release Kentucky Johnson sjf's SECOND cd !!!  It's titled... "DHER ALWAYS AFTER ME DO-NUT$"  :deadhorse: :thumbsup: Well see ya all on thee other side... :popcorn:    ...Oh n almost fergot  CRY FREEDOM !!! :brave:
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #174 on: August 15, 2012, 02:00:59 pm »

Glad to have you back! Tell your dad we saved his seat. :)
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #175 on: November 03, 2012, 06:07:04 pm »

Related---on the Activism Thread I just made a post about a Citizens Grand Jury indicting Obama/Biden
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« Reply #176 on: April 25, 2015, 05:53:04 pm »

but this violates 'opsec' by telling people what you WILL be doing in opposition to Big Bro! How DARE you have any cojones?
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #177 on: June 13, 2016, 09:31:55 am »

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig8/roots3.1.1.html

Shows the history of the Grand Jury and how the government has turned it from an institution to protect people into a rubber stamp.

I served on a Grand Jury in Los Angeles about a year and a half ago and I can tell you from first hand experience that it is a rubber stamp for whatever the prosecution wants. It is literally a joke. Many people do not even know that the defense has no voice whatsoever in grand jury proceedings, only the prosecution presents information and gets to speak. Jury nullification is impossible because of the way the "voting" works. In my case 9 of 23 jurors would have to vote against indictment for that indictment to be thrown out. The case I was involved with had nearly 50 indictments against 8 people to consider and the so called jury voted yes on every single one while I voted no on almost all of them. The Grand Jury is a rubber stamp nothing more. It was sickening to be part of and no one but me gave two shits about the Constitution or about holding law enforcement accountable. The last thing I said to the prosecutor was that I was convinced that two of the searches done by "law enforcement" were illegal and that at least one cop was dishonest and may have planted evidence.
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Re: Grand Jury Indicts Winston Ward Johnson
« Reply #178 on: June 13, 2016, 04:49:01 pm »

http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig8/roots3.1.1.html

Shows the history of the Grand Jury and how the government has turned it from an institution to protect people into a rubber stamp.

I served on a Grand Jury in Los Angeles about a year and a half ago and I can tell you from first hand experience that it is a rubber stamp for whatever the prosecution wants. It is literally a joke. Many people do not even know that the defense has no voice whatsoever in grand jury proceedings, only the prosecution presents information and gets to speak. Jury nullification is impossible because of the way the "voting" works. In my case 9 of 23 jurors would have to vote against indictment for that indictment to be thrown out. The case I was involved with had nearly 50 indictments against 8 people to consider and the so called jury voted yes on every single one while I voted no on almost all of them. The Grand Jury is a rubber stamp nothing more. It was sickening to be part of and no one but me gave two shits about the Constitution or about holding law enforcement accountable. The last thing I said to the prosecutor was that I was convinced that two of the searches done by "law enforcement" were illegal and that at least one cop was dishonest and may have planted evidence.

good on you.
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