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Individuals For Justice Blog
Monday, 13 October 2014
I vote for the right to seek redress from our political leaders and will fight until my last breath for justice.
Mood:  on fire
Now Playing: 10-7-14 Banned from City Hall Report Back
Topic: City Hall

IT WAS A GOOD DAY.   [10/7/14] [copied from e-mail]

I walked over to a building that would hold what I thought would be a “Dog and Phony” Show; I WAS VERY WRONG. The hearing started on time 0830 with the hearing officer walking in to hear my appeal concerning my banishment from the City Council meeting for 30 days and nights starting on 09/17/2014. I expected to be led down the path of convenience, instead the hearing officer, Gregory J. Frank, spent all of the time concerned with procedure, and to decide on my request to call the Mayor, Commissioners Fritz and Fish, have them put under oath to defend their actions of excluding me from the Council meetings for at least 4 meetings. There was an implied threat that if I said or even looked like a problem for them, (council) they would extend the banishment. The hearing officer agreed with our position that these three plus the security people are important witnesses and/or main characters that were involved in the drama that happened on September 10th of the year 2014. He decided that they must be called and will issue subpoenas for all 6 witnesses. There are six dates, 3 in November and 3 in December to allow the mayor and the two commissioners to arrange their schedule for one of these dates, me—I am good on all of them.

The big surprise for me was I get to take the subpoenas to the city, that my friend, is worth another 30 days in exile. So this event has now caused the city to have about 6-8 people at this hearing and the next should be very crowded. Thank you to Mary, Ben, and Michelle who got up very early to attend this gathering, we had coffee and I had my mocha.—it was a time!   Kathy Bushman wanted to be there but family business held her up and she had to wish me well and be with us in spirit. I hope you all understand what this battle is all about. Read the 1st Amendment to the Bill of Rights, not the part that you are used to but the last part, “……and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” That one statement is what fighting every week in city hall is about. They, (the politicians) do not have the luxury of not paying attention, they need to listen to the citizens even when they disagree or they should pay the price of “RECALL.” I expect to lose this appeal but sometimes you fight not to win but to send a strong message that you will give the bully a hard time if he/she messes with you. This is a fight between democracy, which is messy, and dictatorship which is neat and effective. I vote for the right to seek redress from our political leaders and will fight until my last breath for justice.   http://IndividualsForJustice.com           

For Justice,Peace and *Laughter,
Joe Walsh-Lone Vet

Posted by individuals4justice at 11:05 PM PDT
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