Please join the March 30, 7:30 a.m., rally at the Kenai Courthouse, to demonstrate against public officials stopping Grand Jury investigations into evidence of crime and corruption by public officials. Click here for more information. Click here for Governor Grand Jury email.
Concerns of systemic corruption within Alaska’s judicial system have grown rapidly in recent years.
One concern is direct evidence that the only investigator of all Alaskan judges for the last 33 years, and counting, has falsified official judge investigations to keep corrupt judges on the bench and ruling over us.
A second concern is direct evidence the judge investigator falsified a certified written document to cover her tracks.
A third concern is direct evidence that a district attorney has conspired with law enforcement to falsify physical evidence, and then, knowing it is false, used it at trial – and violated an official discovery request to keep his (and law enforcement’s) crimes hidden.
Most shocking of all is direct evidence that district attorneys, Alaska’s Deputy Attorney General, and judges (including some that are directly implicated in the corruption) and are unconstitutionally, illegally, and systematically stopping seated Alaskan Grand Juries that, on their own initiative, started investigating the district attorneys, judges and judge investigator. Grand Juror affidavit and Grand Juror affidavit.
And, in direct violation of page 26 of Alaska’s Grand Jury Handbook (AK Court System Form J-185) prosecutors, district attorneys, Alaska’s Attorney General, and Governor refused to give a 500-signature letter/petition, calling for a Grand Jury investigation into the forgoing, to the Grand Jury. See Letter/petition, Second stack of letter/petition signatures, Proof of receipt, and Evidence the letter/petition is not being provided to the Grand Jury.
To a growing number of Alaskan citizens, it appears Alaska’s judicial system may be corrupt to the very core. And protecting itself by making sure a Grand Jury investigation, by normal Alaskan citizens, never takes place.
After examining the above evidence, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly, Funny River Community Association Board, & Homer City Council all unanimously passed resolutions to protest the constitutional violation. (See below). In addition, the Nikiski Community Council unanimously passed a Letter of Support. (See below).
ASK YOUR OWN ASSEMBLY, COUNCIL, BOARD, ASSOCIATION, GROUP, LEGISLATURE – ACROSS THE STATE – TO INTRODUCE AND PASS THEIR OWN RESOLUTION.
(We are happy to provide you the evidence – or present it ourselves if it isn’t too expensive to drive or fly to your location.)
— Link to Alaska’s Constitution
— See email to Governor Dunleavy
The views expressed here are those of the author.