SHARON ANN MERONI & 20 FELLOW PATRIOTS TAKE DECISIVE ACTION
by John Charlton
(Dec. 9, 2009) — The famous Blogger Radio host, known around the country as “Chalice Jackson,” appeared before the McHenry Country grand jury, demanding an investigation into the massive 2008 Election fraud in the State of Illinois.
According to the report by Jillian Duchnowiski of the Northwest Herald, Sharon Ann Meroni presented a petition in which sought to ““to compel testimony to determine how this voter fraud was perpetrated against her, against the residents of McHenry County and of the great state of Illinois.”
In an obvious attempt to spin the news, Duchnowiski wrote:
Other challenges to Obama’s citizenship have failed in higher level courts. McHenry County prosecutors declined to comment Monday on how they might respond to Meroni’s request after Prather gave them 30 days to do so. The case is next due in court Jan. 31.
“We are reviewing her petition and researching the law and will respond accordingly,” said Nichole Owens, chief of the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Criminal Division.
A petition to a grand jury is not a civil action, and thus Duchnowiski’s citation of failed civil cases is most inappropriate. Not only that but these cases did not involved, for the most part, whether Obama was a U.S. citizen, but more principally whether he was a natural born citizen of the United States.
However, voter fraud involves casting false ballots; the proper term for the basis of the petition should be “election fraud,” because election fraud refers to fraud in preparing the ballots or in admitting candidates to the ballot, or seeking such admission.
The Post & Email hopes to interview Mrs. Meroni this week, and will publish the interview on our front page.
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