Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Documents in Legal Schnauzer Arrest Show That Warrant Was Not Signed

This is Carol, Roger's wife. An incident report in the arrest of Legal Schnauzer publisher Roger Shuler shows that the warrant in the case was not signed, apparently meaning there was no judicial authorization for the arrest. That comes on top of revelations that a prosecutor did not have a copy of the warrant and did not turn one over in Shuler's resisting arrest case.

Both pieces of information point to the fact that there either was no warrant at all or no valid warrant that authorized Shuler's arrest.

"The incident report has a box that says 'warrant signed?' and the box for 'no' is checked," Shuler said. "That's the only information I have at this point, but it strongly suggests that no judge signed any warrant. The prosecutor's failure to turn over a warrant suggests there was no warrant at all of any kind, and it again adds to the mountain of evidence that suggests that I'm basically the victim of a kidnapping."



Unknown said...

America the corporation. Makes me want to move away, except that where do we go that Israel and USA aren't doing human rights' violations?

Victoria Nuland is in Russia handing out goodies to the RIOT POLICE there that are hurting the protestors that aren't accepting the pre 1215 Magna Carta revisit.

In 'America' we are actually according to this ACT against Roger Shuler, really and truly a vassal failed rogue state at the mercy of Is Ra Hell.

*FU* is the obscenity shouted to the EU via Nuland.

*FU* is the reality that the Judges and the GOVERNMENT employees' have made very obvious to every American that is, Roger Shuler in reality.

He is innocent but, he has been decided guilty of the crime.

The crime? He told the truth and the horror of how sick IT is, gulag U$A owned via the obvious criminally insane.

Rutherford Institute looks like the / a class action suit maybe in order from all Alabama people that have been harmed.

Roger Shuler's blog has the name list to contact the proper lawyers at that institute, immediately.

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Anonymous said...

Perhaps the NAACP would find a way to provide legal assistance, or Al Sharpton, or Jesse Jackson ? They keep talking about equal rights. Would they not be there if Mr. Shuler was a black man? And if this can happen to a liberal white man who can say that it won't happen to a black man or woman? Has anyone contacted any of these peoples groups?

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e.a.f. said...

if the warrants are not legal and Mr. Shuler was taken against his will and sitting somewhere he is prevented from leaving, that just might constitute kidnapping. is it possible for someone to file kidnapping charges against the people who arrested him and then the county sheriff?

Anonymous said...

At this point, I believe the Sheriff and the prosecutor are standing there with some sweat on their brow. They can't exercise a warrant...that isn't signed by a judge, and it appears that no judge wanted to sign it. It would seem to me...the county commission better pull out their liability insurance policy and note how much they are covered for. I'd say this a five-million dollar screw-up, and the sheriff might be looking for an attorney to defend him from some serious jail-time.