The Fourth Branch REBROADCAST: De Jure People’s Grand Jury Thursday, February 23, 2017, at 6-8 p.m. Pacific; 7-9 p.m. Mountain; 8-10 p.m. Central; and 9-11 p.m. Eastern.
There are actually two grand juries in Colorado: one controlled by the De Facto Corporations, and one by the People, the De Jure people’s Grand Jury. Webster’s 7th New Collegiate gives the following definitions: De Jure: of right; by right; by a lawful title. De Facto: exercising power as if legally constituted.
Generally a De Facto Grand Jury is under the control of the District Attorney and the Judge, who administer under “statutory” law. A De Jure people’s Grand Jury decides the Law and no court can overturn the decision of a De Jure’s people’s Grand Jury which operates under Natural Law, Common Law, and the authority vested in the Constitution. Common sense is all that is required to be one of the people on a De Jure Grand Jury.
Join our guest Stephen Nalty to learn about the history and functions of the De Jure Grand Jury. This is a pre-recorded broadcast!
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