Monday, April 4, 2016
Court may be forced to admit Grand Jury Fraud in Dearborn County, Indiana
It may come down to this. Judge Brian Hill denied my public records request to release the audio from the Grand Jury proceedings because it is likely that audio is different from the transcripts.I'm still waiting from a ruling from the Indiana Office of the Public Access Counselor on the matter. In the meantime, here's my request for the release of the entire Grand Jury transcripts. If Judge Hill claims that I am not entitled to the entire transcript, the Office of the Dearborn County Prosecutor lied when Deputy Prosecutor Joseph Kisor told the Court that the transcripts were complete. Kisor instructed the Court that I was to rely on the complete transcript to determine what actions of mine the State alleged to be illegal. If Hill says the transcripts are complete, then Dearborn County Prosecutor F. Aaron Negangard has to explain how Negangard began the proceedings without giving any instruction or comments to the grand jury or without making any other statements on record prior to calling the State's first witness. This is like whittling down a big oak tree with a dull pocket knife but it appears as if there may be a little light at the end of the tunnel with my Request for Complete Copy of Grand Jury Transcripts. Stay tuned for more information.