lunes, 12 de julio de 2010

ECO Polls | Seeking Opinions, Reader Feedback

Just a few polls to tide everyone over while I coordinate some newspaper expansion plans and run a few errands, and meet up with another parent with a CPS horror story...

This next poll centers on whether or not voters would choose an atheist to be County/District Attorney. Since prosecutor Patrick M. Wilson is an avowed atheist, according to co-workers and defense lawyers, and is also rumored to be seeking the DA seat in 2012, this poll is relevant now.

Here's a poll that its contents have been discussed periodically the past few days in respect to my false arrest and false imprisonment last fall at the hands of Combine Police Dept. There are numerous e-mails that Combine Detective John Allen "Jay-Jay" Hoskins sent to defense lawyer Mark Griffith both during my time in jail and after I got out. He attempted to use his badge even when I got out of jail to silence this blog, to have material removed and comments deleted and moderated. He also gave extremely important facts of his department's "investigation" in these e-mails. In one e-mail, Hoskins asks Griffith to have, taken down completely. He also requested in the same e-mail to have ECO comments moderated and put on hiatus. Again, using his official badge and position to restrict the individual rights of another individual -- that is, under federal law, a "color of law" violation. The poll is to the point:

3 comentarios:

  1. No office can require you to swear an oath to god in order to hold office. Same with being a lawyer, or testifying on Court. You can "swear or affirm," because even some religious nuts won't swear to god. Actually, they're probably the most reasonable of the religious nuts, whereas goons like y'all take his name in vain every time you use him as a sword and not a shield.

  2. I was referring to Joey's post on the oath the guy took as a lawyer and a DA.

  3. Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come: and worship him that made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the fountains of waters.