In a page right out of the Uncle Joe Stalin’s play book, Cattaraugus County Assistant District Attorneys Elizabeth Ensell and Kelly Balcom have admitted that the DA’s office keep secret records on we, the people…
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In a local court case, Assistant District Attorneys Elizabeth Ensell and Kelly Balcom have openly admitted that they keep secret files on people they don’t like.
The issue with that is anytime a ‘public officer’ claims they can do anything to you, which includes gathering information on you, they need a law that allows them to do that, not to mention the fact that the law has to abide by both constitutional and civil law guidelines, you know, like to 4th amendment to the US Constitution and Article 1 § 12 of the New York State constitution.
What kind of secret proceedings are they conducting on you? They already claim it’s only witnesses they “interview”, really, are you sure about that?
It goes to show you, if you question the authority of the local ‘powers-that-want-to-be’, or you exercise your civil and constitutional rights, watch out, a target is placed on your back and they will enlist the local thugs, like Schwabenbauer to beat you, and/or illegally watch you so they can drum up other charges and throw you in their the local dungeon where you may have an accident and never see the light of day again (3 suicides in about 12 months, really makes you wonder).
The image on the right is one of their papers, filed in a local court case that proves they keep secret files on people. Welcome to Stalinist Russia, Citizen.
Is there a law that allows them to do that? If there is, I’m sure it has not stood up to any real constitutional challenges. There is a 99.99999999999% probability that there is no law that allows them to do this. Can you now say “wilful misconduct”? I knew you could…. Guess what follows wilful misconduct; Article 1 § 6 “The power of grand juries to inquire into the wilful misconduct in office of public officers, and to find indictments or to direct the filing of informations in connection with such inquiries, shall never be suspended or impaired by law.”