Aroostook Watchmen with Guest Phil Merletti on Confirmation Hearing of William Schneider For Judgeship

Phil recaps the events of the hearing.

The Judiciary Committee voted unanimously on the confirmation of William Schneider.

03/12/2014 08:00 AM EDT (1:00:04)

Listen HERE.

The 5 Remonstrances, click here.

Maine Judiciary Committee – Confirmation Hearing – William J. Schneider to the Maine District Court, click here.

Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary

Senator Linda M. Valentino (D-York), Chair

Senator John L. Tuttle, Jr. (D-York)  (absent)

Senator David C. Burns (R-Washington)

Representative Charles R. Priest (D-Brunswick), Chair

Representative Kimberly J. Monaghan-Derrig (D-Cape Elizabeth)

Representative Jennifer DeChant (D-Bath)

Representative Matthew W. Moonen (D-Portland)

Representative Stephen W. Moriarty (D-Cumberland)

Representative Lisa Renee Villa (D-Harrison)

Representative Jarrod S. Crockett (R-Bethel)*

Representative Michael G. Beaulieu (R-Auburn)

Representative Anita Peavey Haskell (R-Milford)

Representative Stacey K. Guerin (R-Glenburn)

Representative Wayne T. Mitchell (Penobscot Nation)

Governor Paul LePage
Fax 207-287-1034
E-mail, click here

Senate President Justin L. Alfond (D-Cumberland County)
Senate President’s Office (207) 287-1500
home: 232-4187

Senate Majority Leader Troy D. Jackson (D-Aroostook County)
Senate Majority Office (207) 287-1515
home: 398-4081
cell: 436-0763

Senate Minority Leader Michael D. Thibodeau (R-Waldo County)
Senate Minority Office (207) 287-1505
home: 223-5177

Speaker of the House Mark Eves (D-North Berwick)
(207) 287-1300

Rep. Seth A. Berry, Majority Leader D-Bowdoinham)
House Majority Office (207) 287-1430

Rep. Kenneth Wade Fredette, Minority Leader R-Newport)
House Minority Office (207) 287-1440

The Office of Program Evaluation and Government Accountability (OPEGA) exists to support the Legislature in meeting its constitutional responsibilities and to improve the accountability, oversight and performance of State government for the benefit of Maine’s citizens.

Related:  (now former) Secretary of State Charlie Summers, click here.

Remonstrance For Maine Government

“This Remonstrance was done by our Group and hopes by example it could be repeated in all government institutions that violate the law of the Constitution that institutes government bodies in our Free and independent society. Most people do not realize that the Constitutional America still exists with all of our described rights and freedoms in the Declaration of Independence, Constitution for the United States of America and the constitution of the individual states we live in. Most people do not know that they reside in the Federal jurisdiction of the United States Corporation and have contracted their rights away through acquiescence.

In Maine we have the constitutional right of Remonstrance utilizing Maine Constitution Article 1 Section 2 described in the Brochure. The problem is that we do not have lawful enforcement until the people stand up and demand it publicly.

We need the People in the communities in Maine to understand this as soon as possible and to start exercising our individual rights to demand that our government respects the rights and authority of the citizens in which they swear their oath to doing our business under the constitution.

Then we need to gather together as many people to get into action to protect our selves and the State of Maine from the coming Economic collapse and planned Martial Law of the Federal Corporation to save America by destroying the constitution and make us all citizens of the United Nations World Order.”

REMONSTRANCE – Introductory Letter
Remonstrance for Maine Government: Wayne Leach January 2013. View video.

Published on Feb 3, 2013

This video explains the work of some of the people of Maine to hold Maine’s government officials to their oaths of office. PLEASE BE SURE TO SIGN THE REMONSTRANCE SHOWING MAINE PEOPLE YOUR SUPPORT FOR THIS MOVEMENT TO HOLD THE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR OATHS.

Maine Republic and Lawless America, I want my country back, are on the same page.

Take notice: The Attorney General possesses constitutional and common law authority.

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