Monday, June 6, 2011

Prosecute George Corn in Montana

All political power is vested in and derived from the People of Montana (Art. II s. 1) NOT Montana Public Officials.


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Montana Courts are open to every person, with speedy remedy for every injury of person, property, or character (Art. II s. 16).


If George Corn, (former employee of Steve Bullock) & Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock acting in color of law, conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate Michael Speadbury of Hamilton Montana USA in the free exercise or enjoyment of free speech, peaceful assembly secured in the Constitution; protection of healthy environment, life and property, inalienable right in Montana Constitution (Art. II s. 3) with a combined loss of rights affected said citizens livelihood.

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They shall be Fined or Imprisoned not more than 1 year.
18 USCA s.242--Deprivation of Rights under color of law

Steve Bullock, holding the office of Montana Attorney General, George Corn, formerly the Ravalli County Attorney in Montana should be prosecuted for  depriving constitutional rights.  These deprivations occurred on August 8, 2007, November 4, 2009, and April 20, 2010.

The abuse of established constitutional rights by Steve Bullock Montana Attorney General are actionable by federal authorities who have jurisdiction over federal laws.  The People of Montana do not deserve to live without constitutional protections, either State or Federal.  Public officials in color of law not immune to prosecution for depriving established constitutional rights of citizens.

Prosecute Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock for negligent Constitutional Deprivations, and his former county prosecutor, George Corn in Ravalli County Montana.
Montana requires prosecution to elevate our 48th ranking in the lower 48 for Justice, enforcement of federal law described herein.


George Corn was voted out of office in November 2010 by the Voters of Ravalli County.  George Corn is active in the Bitterroot Ski Club, Hamilton Montana.
George Corn had an election tresurer named Dr. Robert Brophy DVM who is chair of the Bitterroot Public Library
George Corn is the only name mentioned from Hamilton Montana when Peter Pilkey asked President Obama to ask his deputy chief of staff who George H. Corn is in the Montana US President Letter.  The letter asking for the civil rights that George Corn took away in Ravalli County Montana was ignored by the first black president.

George Corn can be seen in the documentary Beneath the Beauty which was filmed in 2009.  George Corn was the supervisor for Angela Wetzsteon when she practiced law without a license or supervision, a felony crime for contempt of court, impersonation, perjury.  If you are connected to George Corn Hamilton Montana you can get away from crime, or make http://www.georgecorn.com/ disappear from the internet.

WHO IS GEORGE CORN......find out in the US president letter from Montana at: