The hoar frost in the fencing and razor wire is my northern lights. There is usually not enough condensed ice to accumulate on the fencing here in S.E. Colorado to give out any more than hoar frost. I am reminded of New England winters – ambient frozen moisture, and limited visibility. I have grown disgusted with desert visibility … and summer heat!
The next big mission is executive commutation to be sent to the governor. The plan is to send it immediately prior to Nov. 5th so that, win or lose, Governor Hickenlooper will not have a re-election in his future (for that position).
The last piece of the legal sequence, posted here in two previous pieces over six months, (egads! Too long) is as follows:
Submitted by certified mail to the district court house in Fort Collins, on July 01, 2013 – Testimony to the grand jury that I committed perjury to allow my fraudulent plea to proceed. Detailed filing of the statute which says that any person may testify to the grand jury about any crime not yet under investigation.
[link to C.R.S. 16-5-204 (4) (lima)] lima=lower case “L” Also explanation that perjury’s statute of limitations starts upon discovery – with “crimes of deception” precedent citations.
The clerk refused to forward the testimony to the court (head judge). This filing represents the last link between the people and the criminal courts. E.g. If you complain to the police/DA of a crime and are blown off, you are permitted to complain to the grand jury; to have your criminal complaint investigated!
I then sent the head judge – he is the link to the grand jury – an inquiry: “Is it this court’s position that no action is required on this filing?” No response to that either.
Mandamus to state Supreme Court asking them to enforce the head judge’s obligation to forward my testimony to the grand jury is pending. Since it was filed by me (NOT a member of the Colorado Bar) there will likely be no response.
Letters were also sent to the state Attorney General and the judicial disciplinary commission. There was no response from the A.G.; and a ‘blow off’ response from the commission. I will write them again to impress upon them the state employment bureau has a statutory requirement that an employee has to report any crime discovered in the process of their duties!!!
[P.S. See previous entry / press release: “Murder Convict Attempts Mea Culpa To Nullify Plea,” for more info on the Grand Jury and the investigation I hope to induce.