Just as many of our actual laws have been replaced by rulings based on “color of law,” the part of the actual law that states a defendant is innocent until proven guilty has not been merely replaced, but seemingly ignored; especially when it pertains to the political prisoners held by our federal overlords.
Although I only know a handful of the political prisoners being held currently, the ones who I do know give me much less concern than the unconstitutional, land-enforcement strike teams known as the BLM and US Forest Service; two groups who now wish to possess sub-machine guns, by the way, and a main reason Utah Representative, Jason Chaffetz has proposed legislation to abolish their powers. One person who would certainly agree is Nevada Assemblywoman, Michele Fiore.
Michele Fiore is certainly an enigma in today’s world of modern politics. She would be considered much more of a “statesman” than a politician, as she defends the Constitution, and its principles, while putting her personal aggrandizement on the shelf. As I stated, Michele is a rare find in today’s political circus; and a welcome guest on NorthWest Liberty News.
Michele joined our broadcast on 3.28 to report on her recent visit to the numerous political prisoners being held out west, and her accounts of the way these innocent people are being treated is shocking. According to Michele, the men, not one yet convicted of an actual crime, are in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day, and when they do finally get to exercise they are chained and allowed to walk around in a dog kennel. Before you claim that I sympathize with criminals, keep in mind, once again, that not one of these political prisoners have been found guilty of a crime. They have been accused for certain, but are presumed innocent according to the law.
As Michele further reports in the interview below, the political prisoners who she spoke to have absolute clarity as to the magnitude of the situation; and are determined to remain steadfast in their commitment to God, their country and their posterity. Please make sure to listen until the end so you can learn about the best way for you to help.