Listen to the case of a man so railroaded by a corrupt judicial system and good ole boys network that it will literally turn your stomach. While you do peruse the update below. If we as a people do not stand for each-other, no one will be left to stand for us when this occurs.
PO Box 123
Soldotna, AK 99669
(907) 262-9249 home (907) 398-6403 cell
Facebook: Alaska, State of Corruption (page) and Stop Alaska’s Judicial Corruption (group)
Alaska’s grand jury serves two distinct functions. First, it acts as the charging body for crimes committed within its jurisdiction. The grand jury considers evidence presented to it by the state’s district attorney who has investigated the crime or crimes in each case.
(1) Complex criminal cases.
(2) Patterns of crime.
(3) Alleged misconduct in state government.