Real Food Freedom, etc. Without Government & Without Judges!
Letter From Aajonus Vonderplanitz regarding Dan Allgyer, ProAdvocates, Alvin Schlanger and more!
Date: 9/27/2012 12:22:24 AM ( 9 y ) ... viewed 1360 times
The fear factor has to be brought out and Aajonus did that in his letter here in a straight forward way.
I very much appreciate his declaring how that winning the battle is accomplished without government and without judges! (I think most attorneys can be added to that group as well.)
The letter includes very good information regarding the jury process on Alvin's case.
On 9/20/2012 5:51 AM, aajonus wrote:
Hi, healthy-food lovers,
In 2011, under the ruling of a government-biased federal judge, our Right To Choose Healthy Food freedom suffered a serious blow in the case U.S. v Dan Allgyer (farmer) in a civil case. It was the first loss for private food clubs that used my animal-lease program wherein the members lease-own the animals from which their eggs, meat and raw milk are produced. Therefore, no sales, no commerce and no governmental jurisdiction, according to our Constitution.
Dan Allgyer was charged with distributing raw milk across state lines (to Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia) under the protection of a private food club. The judge's ruling said you and I do not have the right to choose, that citizens do not have the right to choose healthy food. He ruled that we have to eat what government decides for us. Do we agree to that? Are we going to accept that?
The federal judge ushered in a new reign of governmental terrorism in the case. He ruled for the FDA and against Dan Allgyer and ultimately against our right to choose healthy food. For fear of severe monetary rulings against Dan, Dan plead guilty to misdemeanors, failing to take his case to the jury, which is where I wanted to take it.
Dan was misguided. He chose to have the organization ProAdvocates represent him in the case and dump me; all on the false pretense of filing timely answers.
ProAdvocates purport to protect farmers and food clubs from governmental jurisdiction with its hard-to-understand declaration and flimsy legal support. They advised and wrote briefs for Dan to file yet they know nothing about raw milk and farmers issues, nor the laws and procedures of health departments.
ProAdvocates insisted that Dan reject my brief of Intervention in the case, writing it to the judge. I had an undeniable interest in the case because Right To Choose Healthy Food, Trust had the contract on Dan's farm animals for club members/owners. Thankfully, it was only a civil suit not a criminal suit. Civil suits have less bearing on criminal cases.
The same ProAdvocates group told James Stewart at Rawesome food club in California to reject me and allow them to write new contracts for the club. They told James that they would write the briefs in his case. Again, they have been ineffective.
I advise all farmers and food clubs to stay away from ProAdvocates. They tell farmers that they have never lost a case. But the first they did handle, Dan Allgyer's case was a loss. Then came the Rawesome situation. We know what tragedy that is.
ProAdvocates is a group of convicted felony-defrauders who served long-term sentences. Plus, they charged Dan and James $15,000 each. I would have handled the case up to trial without payment. When it comes to trials, it is best to have attorneys there to help keep the judge from radical actions outside procedural law.
Today September 20, 2012, the tide changed in America. From Monday to today, Alvin Schlanger, 54, an organic egg farmer from central Minnesota stood trial for 3 criminal counts: distributing unpasteurized milk, operating without a food handler's license and handling adulterated food. Minnesota law prohibits raw milk sales except directly to consumers on the farm when it is produced on that farm.
However, farmer Schlanger was and is part of an organized private food club that use my animal-lease contracts. Therefore the products from the animals are owned by members. They do not purchase what they already own. Alvin simply delivered raw milk along with his eggs to set locations making it possible for members to get the safe, healthy and nutrient-dense food they already owned.
The matter went to the 6-persons jury today. The jurors deliberated for only 4.5 hours. If you have ever been on a jury, you know that at least the first hour is spent introducing each other and choosing a foreperson. After a decisions is agreed upon unanimously, forms have to be filled and submitted to the judge. In 4.5 hours, actual deliberations about the charges probably amounted to 1 to 1.5 hours. Six people telling what they think and believe takes about 1 to 1.25 hours. The case was easily decided by the jury.
They returned "Not Guilty" verdicts on all 3 charges!
Finally, a battle for people's right to healthy food was won, not by government or judge but by other citizens, jurors. That is the way we are going to win our battles with governments that over-reach their authority on our right to healthy food.
The next governmental assault on Right To Choose Healthy Food freedom is schedule for January 7, 2013 in the trial of the peaceful and spiritual farmer Vernon Hershberger for producing healthy, safe and nutrient dense foods for the owner/members in our private food club. The trial is scheduled to convene at Baraboo Courthouse in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Vernon will be representing by Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Please schedule to join us for this 4-5-days event. It is our food freedom that we need to protect from governmental food-terrorists.
We won an important criminal legal stance on food freedom today, let's celebrate by consuming more healthy food.
A little side note: ALL of the CDC's and health departments associations with disease and raw milk are by survey, not science. The janitorial bacteria they call "pathogenic" are everywhere. They cannot tell whether the particular strain of bacteria came from a particular source. They merely identify a strain that could come from anywhere. However, where raw milk is consumed, raw milk is ALWAYS blamed. That is not scientific inquiry, that is prejudiced interpretation and conclusions based on junk-science rhetoric.
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healthfully and appreciatively,
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