Friday, January 15, 2016
6-28-1874: And so the long-running Conspiracy by the U.S. Supreme Court begins: . . .
And so the long-running Conspiracy by the U.S. Supreme Court begins: The Grant Parish Case, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Bradley: “Certain rights were absolutely guaranteed and secured to the citizen, respecting which it was within the scope of the powers of Congress to provide protection . . . The United States courts have no jurisdiction ever a violation by an individual of the right of another to bear arms.” U.S. Circuit Court Judge [and soon to be Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court] Woods: “then announced that while he regarded the opinion of Judge Bradley with appropriate deference, his opinion on the validity of the indictment had been carefully formed and was of long standing. He was, therefore, compelled to dissent from the views expressed…”, June 28, 1874