At 10 a.m. on June 23, former Alaska Judge Margaret Murphy will be arraigned in the Kenai Courthouse on felony charges.

The citizen Kenai Grand Jury which is currently investigating evidence of systemic corruption within Alaska’s judicial system indicted Judge Murphy on Class B felony charges of perjury after they subpoenaed and questioned her about alleged corruption in 2022.

Perjury – a class B felony – is committed when a person knowingly “makes a false sworn statement which the person does not believe to be true.”

Alaska Grand Jurors Association believes it’s critical that as many citizens as possible attend Judge Murphy’s arraignment. This will show the Alaska court system that the public is watching, and we will not tolerate the dismissal of Judge Murphy’s indictment before she stands trial.

Most importantly, attending the arraignment will demonstrate that WE-THE-PEOPLE are aware of the Kenai Grand Jury’s bravery and that we have their back – no matter what Alaska’s judicial system throws against them, such as Supreme Court Order 1993, which sought to limit the grand jury’s authority to investigate and indict corrupt judges and public officials.

Reporters have asked if other “shoes” will drop before the Kenai Grand Jury is done investigating and indicting. I told them to look at the evidence against Marla Greenstein. She has been the sole investigator of all complaints against Alaskan judges for the last 33 years and counting, and evidence indicates she is directly involved in the same cover-up which led to the Kenai Grand Jury to indict Judge Murphy. This means about 8,000 judge investigations may be suspect (all of them since Ms. Greenstein started in 1989). The Kenai Grand Jury might wind up investigating hundreds, if not thousands, of Alaskan judges.

In short, many more “shoes” may drop before the Kenai Grand Jury investigation is complete.

In just a few months, the Alaska Grand Jurors Association has made unbelievable strides in educating the public and elected officials about the true duties and powers that Alaska’s Founding Fathers gave our grand juries. We’ve also helped to restore these duties and powers after more than 30 years of unconstitutional suspension by the Alaska Supreme Court and other government officials.

The next steps will be to make sure the Kenai Grand Jury (which has been investigating judicial corruption for about 11 months already) can issue any and all indictments and/or reports it wants, without any interference whatsoever by government officials. We also need to organize a non-profit to combat judicial corruption, and to obtain donations so Alaska Grand Jurors Association can print and distribute Alaska’s original Grand Jury Handbook (which the government eliminated and replaced with a version that hides the constitutional powers and duties of Alaska’s citizen grand juries). Compare both versions.

Moving forward we need to raise donations in order to man booths at major public events, and actively support legislation that helps keep corruption within Alaska’s judicial system from ever taking root again.

If you’d like to become an Alaska Grand Jurors Association member, please send your name and email address to (907) 398-6403 or

I hope to see everyone at the Kenai Courthouse at 10 a.m. on June 23 for Judge Murphy’s arraignment!


— Former Judge Murphy’s arraignment will be at the Kenai Courthouse (room 1) at 10 a.m. on June 23. Those who cannot attend in person can listen in by calling 888-788-0099 (Meeting ID: 501-107-4240#).

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OPINION: Calling AK Grand Jury rights advocates to attend the June 23 arraignment of former judge

David Haeg
David Haeg is the founder of Alaska State of Corruption, established to root out injustice in the Alaska Judicial System.


  • Clark says:

    Joel shouldn’t give a platform to a convicted felon. David Haeg had his day in court. Actually he had about 20 days in court. He even typed up a guilty plea because he thought they would let him keep his plane.

    He tried to sue Judge Murphy and Lost. The. He tried to sue those judges and lost again, then he tried to sue THOSE judges too and lost again. He even tried to sue his own lawyers. He’s been on a crusade for revenge ever since. His naked conflict of interest in trying to investigate a judge that convicted him is reason enough to toss the charges against Mrs Murphy.

    Heres a dumb question. She RETIRED in 2019. So why is she being subpoenaed three years later?

    The Supreme court already shut this down once. I would be shocked if they don’t shoot it down again.

    • jon says:

      Some people just don’t give up. This is ridiculous, like so much in Alaska politics.

      • Dalton says:

        I’m still trying to figure out what that thing is. why do ugly people always become democrats?

  • Friend of Humanity says:

    Thank you for sharing this great news and information Mr. Haeg!

  • Gabriel says:

    Lol. David Haeg has been on a crusade for revenge for almost 20 years now. Revenge for felonies he was convicted of. Crimes he actually admitted to. He tried to sue everyone involved with his trial, and lost. Then he tried to sue the judges who ruled against him in that case. He even tried to sue his own lawyer. His clear ignorance of the law is reason enough not to let him anywhere near a ‘jury’. But his glaring conflict of interest and his revenge motive are ultimately what will get this garbage indictment from sticking. I’ll be surprised if it doesn’t get past the very first motion to dismiss.

    David Haeg already tried to bring several different versions of his ‘charges’ to court and has been rebuked time and time again.

    I find it hillarious that he is tryi by to celebrate ‘taking down’ a judge that retired years ago! Lol. Such a snowflake!

  • Clark says:

    Didnt mean for the double post. That message needed to be said because its true. But I thought it got moderated away like 90% of my other posts. Gotta outsmart them mods when they don’t believe in freedom of speech. Different name with randomized IP gets past the mods

    • Friend of Humanity says:

      Clark, how much do you get paid to troll and is it a hourly wage, salary, or per post? Asking for a friend.

      • Lucinda says:

        What was trollish in his comments? He has an educated opinion with history I’ll bet you didn’t know. But judging from you past comments, you are afraid and insecure about challenges to your make believe world.

      • Clark says:

        Troll? Have you payed any attention to the legal calamity that is David Haeg? Hes lost so many times in court it makes me wonder if he has some weird fetish for losing. Imagine how dysfunctional you gotta be to fixate so strongly on a topic. Maybe he blames her because he got raped in prison? Point is he has an agenda and its got nothing to do with legislative corruption. And he has proven time and time again thatvhe is NOT a credible person.

      • Friend of Humanity says:

        IF David Haeg has lost any legal cases, it is because he is fighting against a corrupt legal system that supports the Satanic movement. All of the humanity-loving people are fighting against trolls and corrupt systems.

  • Dalton says:

    what is it? this thing is a straight-up goblin.. why can’t y’all see that people that can’t get a date become Democrats. it’s that simple.

  • Citizenkane says:

    Dalton, you sure do have a way with words.

  • Elizabeth Henry says:

    I am all for upholding the rights of grad juries and bad judges should be called out and removed somehow. I would like to see judges elected and not appointed. With term limits even. Still, with that said, I feel like this judge is being held up as the sacrifice for the wrongs of all the far less than stellar judges we have been stuck with. I will not go to this ‘event’.

    • Mary says:

      Let’s not make this issue about Haeg. I have followed his posts for years. This must be about judicial corruption, not about whether Have is right or wrong. As a very long time resident of Alaska, I can say I too have been frustrated with our judicial system. If Alaska’s judicial system is corrupt, then let the rot be rooted out.

  • Jon and Ruth Ewig says:

    Hi, David, We do not know enough unbiased specifics to have an opinion. We will be praying though. Jon and Ruth Ewig

  • Pete says:

    David Heag called one volunteer and told her that her case wouldn’t be seen by the grand jury. Odd, how does he have that power?

  • Friend of Humanity says:

    Considering the amount of troll attacks on this article and against David Haeg, David must be doing things that are in favor of humanity and the demons are angry.

  • Greg in Homer says:

    When you are taking flak, you are over the target.