They didn't allow Irwin to say anything.
Everything was objected to by the prosecutors and sustained by the judge.
"Entered", evidence was not allowed to be viewed by
the jury when they asked to see it. They wanted to see Cindy's well worn code
manual and a new one for comparison. "Denied"
Ex parte communications took place and the judge even
admitted it. And said it was not proprietary.
Irwin could not bring all of his witnesses
in to testify and the ones that were allowed were limited to character
witnesses only. Some of the witnesses were
marandized after they were sworn in. I couldn't believe it!
Irwin's hearing problem made it difficult to know what
was being said behind him, which got him sanctions equaling 2 or more years in
jail. The government would make objections while sitting behind him and Irwin
couldn't here them so he kept on presenting his case. The judge would sustain
the objections and Irwin didn't even know it was made. He could have walked in
with his hands tied behind his back and duct tape over his mouth to get his
They wouldn't provide transcripts and only allowed him
to view the dailies a few days before the trial was over.
I can go on and on, it would make your head swim!
Irwin went in there believing that truth and justice would prevail. He learned
the hard way that it doesn't matter any more. The constitution is barely
hanging by a thread. I saw it with my own eyes. When it comes to messing with
their "take" they will mow you down regardless of who's watching.
Irwin Schiff News
Time Is Running Out -- For
All Of Us
I think this gives a pretty good run down of the things done to prevent
Irwin Schiff (or anyone for that matter) from having a fair trial. Trials are
a sham, designed to fool the unenlightened masses. They think they are being
protected by the state that is screwing them. That naiveté begins with the
public school system that was created not to teach reading, writing, and
arithmetic, but to turn out docile compliant citizens. In that regard, it has
been a colossal success.
Remember that when a jury is impaneled, those
people are specifically chosen for their mushy, malleable minds. Show any
signs of being able to think, and you will be rejected. In this case a FIJA
worker was arrested to prevent him from turning some of that mush into
If a person were to have a dispute with me, and I said that it
could be settled by one of my tight bros, all who had more brains than an
oyster would immediately see that they wouldn't have a chance. But the same
thing happens with the state every time, and the overwhelming majority don't
give it a second thought. The judge and the prosecutors both get their checks
from the same source — the United States treasury. And by the way, the jury is
the real judge, the judge's role is really more of a referee, or at least
should be. But here, and in most case, he is actively working for the
interests of those who pay him — the state.
This woman says we should
shoot the bastards... She makes a lot of good points. If we can't get a fair
hearing, is there any other way? Educating our fellow citizens doesn't seem to
be making much headway.
As combative as I am, I would rather seek a
peaceful solution. Fighting is just a lot of work, and I'm not all that much
into hard work. But everyday, I become less optimistic. I'm well past prime
now, but if there is going to be a fight, I hope it comes before I get too old
to acquit myself well in battle. The mind and spirit are willing, but the
flesh is weakening. At 63, I think I'm a more dangerous adversary than I was
at 23, but how much longer will I be able to say that?
Folks, time is
running out — for all of us.