THE WALLS ARE CLOSING IN: 'Citizen grand jury' organizers deliver accusations
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'Citizen grand jury' organizers deliver accusations
'Presentments' against Obama given to White House, FBI
Documents assembled by volunteer "citizen grand jury" members alleging Barack Obama is ineligible to serve as president have been delivered to the White House, the FBI, members of Congress and the court system in Washington, D.C.
Carl Swensson, a spokesman for the American Grand Jury movement and author of his own RiseUpForAmerica website, said he's now calling on Americans to reach out to those powers, demanding to know what action is being taken.
"Any way you can get in touch with them," he told WND today, via calls, e-mail and faxes.
The papers, called "presentments," were compiled by a "super grand jury" of 172 people who contend Obama may not meet the U.S. Constitution's requirement that a president be a "natural born" citizen.
Such volunteer citizen grand juries already have been active on the local level, presenting their accusations against Obama to courts, sheriffs, prosecutors, judges and legislators across the nation, without success so far.
The participants explain they are within their constitutional rights to assemble, review evidence and deliver accusations. The actual documents are not widely published, because they adhere to the grand jury rule of secrecy.