Kenai, Alaska—Over 30 people attended an impromptu "Alaskans for an Independent Grand Jury" demonstration at the Kenai, Alaska Courthouse on March 30, 2022 to protest the fact that Kenai's seated grand jury is the fifth investigation into crime and corruption by public officials in Alaska, which has been shut down.
The central accusation of "Alaskans for an Independent Grand Jury" is that Alaska's only judge investigator for the past 33 years (and counting) has falsified official investigations, so corrupt judges can remain on the bench and continue ruling. And when 5 separate grand juries have tried to "audit" this person's work (as they are constitutionally and legally able and required to do) government officials, including implicated judges and Alaska's Deputy Attorney General John Skidmore, stepped in to personally order the grand juries to stop investigating.
Now, all five grand jury investigations have been successfully stopped by the very public officials, these grand juries were trying to investigate. See grand juror affidavits, evidence of corruption, and learn more about Alaskan grand juror rights at: https://alaskagrandjuryrights.com/
"Thank you to all who bravely protested at the Kenai Courthouse, especially the dismissed grand jurors, for confronting a very evil domestic enemy which has grown in our midst."—David Haeg
Denying these grand juries the opportunity to investigate and operate appears to be illegal, unconstitutional and a blatant denial of grand juror rights:
Alaska Constitution, Article 1, Section 8 The power of grand juries to investigate and make recommendations concerning the public welfare or safety shall never be suspended.
AS 12.40.030 Duty of inquiry into crimes and general powers. The grand jury shall inquire into all crimes committed or triable within the jurisdiction of the court and present them to the court. The grand jury shall have the power to investigate and make recommendations concerning the public welfare or safety.
AS 12.40.040 Juror to disclose knowledge of crime. If an individual grand juror knows or has reason to believe that a crime has been committed that is triable by the court, the juror shall disclose it to the other jurors, who shall investigate it.
Alaska Constitutional Convention (page transcript 1307-1409): The power of grand juries to inquire into the willful misconduct in office of public officers, and to find indictments in connection therewith, shall never be suspended. The grand jury is preserved, for all purposes, particularly for investigation of public officials. The grand jury can be appealed to directly, which is an invaluable right to the citizen.
Alaska Grand Jury Handbook, Page 16: Can a grand juror ask the grand jury to investigate a crime that the district attorney has not presented to them? Yes. The Alaska Statutes state: “If an individual grand juror knows or has reason to believe that a crime has been committed that is triable by the court, the juror shall disclose it to the other jurors, who shall investigate it.”
Alaska Grand Jury Handbook, Page 26: It will be up to the grand jury to decide whether to investigate.
AS 11.56.590. Jury Tampering. (a) A person commits the crime of jury tampering if the person directly or indirectly communicates with a juror other than as permitted by the rules governing the official proceeding with intent to (1) influence the juror's vote, opinion, decision, or other action as a juror; or (2) otherwise affect the outcome of the official proceeding. (b) Jury tampering is a class C felony.
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