Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Cops Kidnapping Random People Off the Street, Forcing them to Be Juro

By John Vibes on January 26, 2015
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Eau Claire County, Wisconsin – According to multiple recent media reports, Eau Claire County police officers were sent out onto the street to select people at random and forcibly take them in for jury duty.

Ironically, after these people were threatened and had their day wasted, the judge in the case decided that the jury was unfit and dismissed all of them!

“We did talk about cases like this where a number of people have to go out and get people summoned to the jury,” Eau Claire County Sherriff Ron Cramer told reporters.

Susan Schaffer, Eau Claire County Clerk of Courts was the official who gave the orders, saying that the Wisconsin Statute on “Insufficient Jurors” allows them to forcibly pull people off the street to serve in juries.

“It’s something that doesn’t happen very often. It just so happened that today was a day that we just needed more. The court can order the Sheriff to get people right off the street,” Schaffer said.

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cops-randomly-pick-people-street-force-serve-jury/#Ro7fJ3oIw19JZ8Sd.99