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Editor:

I made the following statement to the Nelson Co. Board of Supervisors meeting:

Mr. Chairman and members of the Board, my name is Kenneth White, 93 Shields Gap  Road,  Roseland,  and  I  am President  of  the  Virginia  Taxpayers Association.   After your June 9, 2009 Board meeting, Commonwealth’s Attorney Phillip Payne wrote me a letter dated June 12, 2009 confirming his phone call to me June 4, 2009 that he would not send the matter of your violations of oath of office to the Nelson County Grand Jury.

I call your attention to the fact that my June 9, 2009 Statement in your official meeting minutes was entirely correct when I said Payne “never did” reply before that time.  I strongly doubt Payne would have ever written his letter to me had I not put that wording in my prepared Statement handed to your Board members, and to Payne. Thus I COMPELLED Payne to write that letter, in case anyone thinks I have NO influence.


You should further be informed that in his letter Payne did not deny that I was correct when I said in my Statement that Payne did not even want to take a look at the overwhelming 178-packet of documents I sent to the Grand Jury foreperson.

You should further be informed that Payne did not DARE MENTION Posse Comitatus Act or try to discuss why that law is, or may, not be applicable to the present situation.  He said merely (QUOTE) “The matters of which you complain are not criminal, but rather political and can be addressed at the ballot box.” (UNQUOTE)

Your attention is directed to the fact that Posse Comitatus Act is included in U. S. Code, Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure, as Section 1385.  Murder is included in U. S. Code, Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure, as Section 1111.   

My conclusion is that unless Payne states publicly and specifically why the Posse Comitatus Act and Murder, both in Title 18, are in different categories, he is saying Murder also is only a political matter.  

And 24th Circuit Court Judge Michael Gamble’s refusal to allow the Grand Jury to take up this matter indicates he shares Payne’s indefensible opinion that the Posse Comitatus Act is only a “political matter.”  In other words, both the top Nelson County judge and commonwealth’s attorney are OPENLY ENDORSING VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW!

Attached is a report of just another police state incident encouraged by the kind of unlawful federal Department of Homeland Security action which you Board members, Judge Michael Gamble and Commonwealth’s Attorney Phillip Payne are deliberately supporting.

I can promise you that we in VTA are going to tell this alarming story to an ever-increasing number of citizens and will COMPEL attitudes to be changed by alert people in Nelson County who refuse to live under martial law, where a dictator decides by himself  what is a crime and who can be fined, imprisoned or worse for any reason whatever.

And this tyranny IS going to be LAWFULLY CORRECTED, for the safety of citizens all across Virginia as well as in Nelson County!

That concludes my Statement.

Kenneth White, president
Virginia Taxpayers Association
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FELLOW PATRIOT IN AUGUSTA CO. |75.196.75.189 |11-06-2009 12:24:19
GOOD FOR KEN WHITE. THIS MATTER SHOULD SOON BE PICKED UP BY SOME INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER,OR BY THE NATIONAL PRESS. THIS IS A CRIME AGAINST THE PEOPLE.WE PAY THESE PEOPLE, ARE WE GOING TO LET THEM DESTROY US WITH OUR OWN MONEY? WAKE UP NEWSPAPERS OF AMERICA,GET THIS NEWS TO THE RIGHT PEOPLE.AGAIN WAKE UP!!!!!!!