Monday, May 2, 2011

"Nuremberg style" show trial in the Maricopa/Stanfield Justice court #1108

As some of my comrades know, I was charged with disorderly conduct last fall for allegedly cussing at my neighbors. My trial was on Tuesday, April 26, 2011. Initially, the prosecutor asked the judge to dismiss the case. The judge refused. Then, at almost the last minute, the court switched judges on me without any explanation.

Although I could not afford an attorney, one was not appointed for me. I spent years watching shows like "Adam 12" and "Dragnet" where the suspect always had rights such as an attorney (at no cost). That's Hollywood, not the real world. Having made numerous courtroom observations over the past few months, I noticed that illegal aliens get translators and lawyers while citizens received no representation at all. How could this be considered equal protection under the law? It's NOT!

None of the glass, BB's or rocks I allegedly threw or launched were collected as evidence and submitted to the court. The plaintiff also claimed I had a slingshot and a BB gun. I do not! She walks around with a video camera, but did not submit one concrete piece of evidence of any crime. Not One!

I also learned that trials have time limits. When the proceedings began, Judge Dennis Lusk started a timer. The prosecutor spent most of the time talking about "Neo-Nazis" and our NSM event after party of November 13, 2010. These things had absolutely nothing to do with the case. After quite some time, the judge asked the prosecutor to hurry up. I guess it was getting too close to quitting time or happy hour. There wasn't time for justice?

The plaintiff's also went out of their way to paint me as “anti-immigrant”. Apparently, they were unaware that I helped save the lives of 13 illegal aliens last summer. So much for being a hater. If I really hated immigrants, wouldn't I have just let them die of exposure and dehydration? I could have done that from home while sipping an ice cold lemonade. Instead, I donated water and my time outdoors on some of the hottest days of the year. So much for being the evil “Nazi”. Remember, we cannot use “Nazi” and “humanitarian” in the same sentence without upsetting the special interest groups, especially the Jews.

When it was my turn, I managed to catch the plaintiff in a number of lies right off the bat. She claimed under oath that she was the one that called the police. In reality, it was her husband. She was also unable to recall the color of my truck. The same gray F-150 I've owned for several years. She must have been blind as a bat. Basically, she lied through her teeth throughout the trial. The plaintiff's husband stated that a woman (one of my neighbors) was present while I was allegedly cussing about something. She was sitting behind me in the courtroom, but was never given the opportunity to tell her story about those alleged events. She was afraid to step up because the plaintiffs were scolded by the judge for simply rolling their eyes and shaking their heads. Apparently, defense witnesses don't get to testify in Dennis Lusk's court.

The plaintiff's claimed that they waited nearly two hours for the police to respond. Then, it might have been one hour. They didn't really know, nor could they make up their minds. Anything more than a half hour was an outright lie. According to the CAD (computer aided dispatch) report #101127112 from the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, an uncooperative male caller made a complaint at approximately 1306 hrs. The police (Officer Garcia) arrived only 17 minutes later. Again, we have witness credibility issues that were intentionally ignored by the strongly biased and unethical judge.

Due to time restrictions, I was forced to give a very abbreviated account of the events and circumstances. I felt like I was being rushed through some Third World kangaroo court. I attempted to explain that this was the same woman that accused me of animal abuse on February 10, 2011. Those claims were determined to be "UNFOUNDED".

The judge could care less that I was able to discredit the untruthful witness. I think this case was decided long before I ever opened my mouth. She couldn't identify the color of my truck from 200 feet, but could tell if my dogs had food and water from over 300 feet or from inside my home for that matter. I guess she had x-ray vision. This animal abuse complaint happened to be on the same day the animal control officer followed up on the video I submitted regarding their persistent barking dog. Now, tell me that wasn't motivated out of spite. Any idiot, except for Dennis Lusk, could see that. Da!

Judge Dennis Lusk and the prosecutor who are both paid by the government, ignored all of the issues I brought up regarding the plaintiff's credibility. In my opinion, the NSM was on trial, not me.

Ultimately, I was convicted for a crime that never occurred. I have been fined $540, not all that much more than the fine for driving in the carpool lane at the wrong time. The system is against us. The truth means nothing to the court system. The court system has nothing to do with right, wrong or justice. This is nothing less than tyranny.

Some of my neighbors, the ones I'm not fighting with, attended this judicial circus and both agreed that I didn't get a fair trial. I will accept the word of the people, especially my respectable neighbors, over any government entity, any day.

ACLU: Pennsylvania police cite hundreds just for cursing

Pennsylvania police wrongly charged hundreds of people with disorderly conduct for swearing, the American Civil Liberties Union said in a pair of free-speech lawsuits filed today.

ACLU lawyers reviewed 770 disorderly conduct citations issued by Pennsylvania State Police in a recent one-year span. They said they found that while officers applied the law correctly in some cases, the majority involved profanities and other legal, non-obscene speech.

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“You absolutely cannot cite someone just for uttering a profanity," said ACLU lawyer Marieke Tuthill.

In memory of our fallen comrade, National Socialist Movement Region 11 Director SS Lt. Jeff Hall who was murdered on Sunday, May 1, 2011. R.I.P. 1979-2011

I hope that the Arizona media will join with their fellows who have already granted Hall and his family a 'non-editorialized' account of his tragic passing. N.S.M. will issue a press release later, but I will take a moment of my own right now for a comrade and friend.

SGT. Harry L. Hughes III
N.S.M.-AZ Executive Officer/Media Spokesman

1 comment:

  1. Apparently, this is not the case in Arizona. . . (unless you're an illegal alien)

    A criminal defendant's right to an attorney is found in the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which requires the "assistance of counsel" for the accused "in all criminal prosecutions." This means that a defendant has a constitutional right to be represented by an attorney during trial. It also means that if the defendant cannot afford an attorney, in almost all instances the government will appoint one to handle the case, at no cost to the defendant.

    Keep in mind that, while the right to counsel is discussed here in connection with a criminal trial, a suspect has the right to a lawyer at almost every important phase of the criminal process, typically from arrest through the first appeal after conviction.


    Federal law trumps state law only when it comes to SB 1070.