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This appeared in the Aug. 3, 2006 Signature Newspaper Written by Bruce Kettler According to the article published in this newspaper July 20 about myself and Yolanda Swatko, we would have been thrown out had we not left the room to talk with Sheriff Bruce Newman. There had been a 15 minute segment permitted, and that time was drawing to a close when we left. This kind of writing conveys bias on the part of the reporter, and seems meant to convey something negative about myself and Ms. Swatko. The proposed resolution does not simply "charge" that the so-called "Patriot" act is unconstitutional.  Years ago, most reporters investigated instead of trying to convince the readers of what they felt was politically correct.  Men fought and died to bring this great republic into being, and the BILL OF RIGHTS they gave their lives for is being shredded.  Evidently the free-lance reporter, Cathy Mullins, doesn’t care to find out about that. Yes, as the writer of the article says I believe, "The Patriot Act unlawfully infringes upon citizens fundamental liberties." 8 States, including Colorado, have made that fact official, along with 15 communities within Colorado. The writer says the proposed resolution (which she evidently looked at) "claims" federal government abuses in handling the Katrina hurricane disaster, and writes that I "say [s]" firearms were taken from law abiding citizens. How does a person call themselves a "reporter" while saying statements I'd made, were"claims" and merely what I did say. Where is the confirmation from the reporter of whether they were true or false? The facts, as stated, are a matter of public record.  Firearms were taken from law abiding citizens. There were FEMA abuses, cutting down communication lines, to the point that Sheriffs were required to confront FEMA and demand that they cease that, and any other interference with the relief efforts. The reporter writes that "King interrupted saying 'People were shooting down helicopters. They should have had their guns taken away.'" So, I talk about "law abiding citizens," and King talks about people shooting down helicopters. Are people who shoot down helicopters law abiding?  Go to my web site shown in the classified section of this newspaper, and click at the videos.  See if the people who's guns were taken from were trying to shoot down helicopters, or if there were any flood waters in those middle class and wealthy neighborhoods.  Possible future, and similar, unlawful activity by Federal or State governments is being dealt with by elected representatives. At one point in the discussion with the commissioners, I handed over a copy of the resolution for the State of  Colorado that has been enacted.  Commissioner Scott King said there were no signatures. I asked him if he does any kind of investigation of fact. Had he asked the secretary to fax the copy to the appropriate Colorado office, confirmation could have come within a short time. The proposed resolution, which stated that fact, had been in his hands a week before. The reporter wrote, "Kettler and his followers left the room." I don't have "followers." The two people who attended the meeting with me share a common interest in maintaining freedom in our country. And what is this "posse comitatus members believe"? What is a "posse comitatus" member? We are not members of anything.  If you read the proposed resolution, you will find that...                      Posse Comitatus is a term that                      means “power of the county.”                      The law was passed in 1878                      in response to some of the                      abuses committed by federal troops. As stated in the proposed resolution, it’s a law, not an organization. No, we do not believe that the Sheriff is where "real [all - as implied] governmental authority lies." There are certain duties and responsibilities that reside with the Sheriff alone. Other governmental matters are in the hands of others. I did state that 9-11 was a fraud.  The events did occur, and the deaths were tragic, but the media told lies about how they occurred, which were perpetrated upon the American people and many others throughout the world.  Fortunately, many are waking up to the proven facts, and all the implications of those facts.  Polls show that the percentage of Americans waking up is steadily increasing, and a recent CNN poll indicated 82 percent believe there is a government cover up. The commissioners expressed an unwillingness to discuss this further at a future meeting, and although they had been given the proposed resolution one week ahead of time, their discussion indicated ignorance of the content.  The video tapes mentioned by the reporter that I'd handed to the Commissioners, which they refused, contained verifiable material they could have investigated.  In my opinion, none of them should be re-elected, not because of a difference of opinion, but because they have nothing of substance upon which to base their opinions.  If, and when, I see a change, and they show a desire to know the truth, I’ll retract that statement.
This appeared in the Aug. 3, 2006  Huerfano World By Bruce Kettler Patriot Act In   your   July   20,   2006   article,   you   stated   "Kettler   insisted   that   Colorado   had   already   signed   such   a   resolution."   On   the internet,   one   can   access   www.bordc.org   and   find   that   8   states   have   signed   on   to   similar   resolutions,   which   includes Colorado. Within the state, 15 communities have also committed to it. There's   much   more   to   consider   than   the   unpatriotic   so-called   "Patriot"   Act,.      My   web   site,   which   is   noted   in   at   least   last weeks classified section of this newspaper, will reveal other important issues in the text of the proposed resolution. My   reply   to   Commissioner   DeHerrera   about   how   the   government   will   protect   the   people   from   terrorists,   was   that   existing laws are sufficient, and that the PEOPLE, and the Sheriff's Department will be sufficient to enforce them. I   also   replied   to   a   question   about   losing   our   liberties   to   terrorism,   by   stating   that   the   so-called   "solutions"   to   retain liberties, actually robs the PEOPLE of liberty. Readers   should   learn   about   the   tyranny   that   is   perpetrated   upon   the   American   PEOPLE,   both   with   the   use   of   the   USA PATRIOT   Act,   and   without   it,   which   is   not   shown   in   mainstream   media.   Men   fought   and   died   to   bring   this   great   republic into being, and the BILL OF RIGHTS they gave their lives for is being shredded. I   did   state   that   the   events   of   September   11,   2001   were   a   fraud.      The   events   did   occur,   and   the   deaths   were   tragic,   but lies   were   told   to   the   American   people   about   how   they   occurred.      Fortunately,   many   are   waking   up   to   the   proven   facts, and all the implications of those facts. As   for   the   statement   that   I   "tried   to   press   a   videotape   into   his   hand."   I   placed   it   on   the   Commissioners   desk,   and   they promptly slid it back to me across the table. I later gave a copy of the tape to Brian Orr, the writer of the article. As   for   "Swatko   tried   to   calm   him   down."   I   had   stated   I   would   do   what   I   could   to   see   that   none   of   the   Commissioners   were re-elected.      Did   someone   have   the   perception   that   there   was   a   need   to   "calm"   me   for   stating   that?      I   have   no   idea   why.     Was    placing    tapes    on    a    table    something    that    showed    I    needed    “calming“    for?        If    I    had    needed    calming,    2    law enforcement personnel were present. Certainly,   people   in   a   position   of   authority   who   are   not   willing   to   discuss   matters,   or   investigate   facts,   and   only   dictate their   policy   based   upon   their   own   uneducated   bias,   are   frustrating   to   encounter,   and   I   did   show   some   degree   of   anger   at the   meeting.      The   commissioners   had   expressed   an   unwillingness   to   discuss   this   further   at   a   future   meeting,   or   to examine what I‘d said to see if any of it was true.
We Are Change Huerfano
© 2017 We Are Change Huerfano
Newspaper Reports
This appeared in the Aug. 3, 2006 Signature Newspaper Written by Bruce Kettler According to the article published in this newspaper July 20 about myself and Yolanda Swatko, we would have been thrown out had we not left the room to talk with Sheriff Bruce Newman. There had been a 15 minute segment permitted, and that time was drawing to a close when we left. This kind of writing conveys bias on the part of the reporter, and seems meant to convey something negative about myself and Ms. Swatko. The proposed resolution does not simply "charge" that the so-called "Patriot" act is unconstitutional.  Years ago, most reporters investigated instead of trying to convince the readers of what they felt was politically correct.  Men fought and died to bring this great republic into being, and the BILL OF RIGHTS they gave their lives for is being shredded.  Evidently the free-lance reporter, Cathy Mullins, doesn’t care to find out about that. Yes, as the writer of the article says I believe, "The Patriot Act unlawfully infringes upon citizens fundamental liberties." 8 States, including Colorado, have made that fact official, along with 15 communities within Colorado. The writer says the proposed resolution (which she evidently looked at) "claims" federal government abuses in handling the Katrina hurricane disaster, and writes that I "say [s]" firearms were taken from law abiding citizens. How does a person call themselves a "reporter" while saying statements I'd made, were"claims" and merely what I did say. Where is the confirmation from the reporter of whether they were true or false? The facts, as stated, are a matter of public record.  Firearms were taken from law abiding citizens. There were FEMA abuses, cutting down communication lines, to the point that Sheriffs were required to confront FEMA and demand that they cease that, and any other interference with the relief efforts. The reporter writes that "King interrupted saying 'People were shooting down helicopters. They should have had their guns taken away.'" So, I talk about "law abiding citizens," and King talks about people shooting down helicopters. Are people who shoot down helicopters law abiding?  Go to my web site shown in the classified section of this newspaper, and click at the videos.  See if the people who's guns were taken from were trying to shoot down helicopters, or if there were any flood waters in those middle class and wealthy neighborhoods.  Possible future, and similar, unlawful activity by Federal or State governments is being dealt with by elected representatives. At one point in the discussion with the commissioners, I handed over a copy of the resolution for the State of  Colorado that has been enacted.  Commissioner Scott King said there were no signatures. I asked him if he does any kind of investigation of fact. Had he asked the secretary to fax the copy to the appropriate Colorado office, confirmation could have come within a short time. The proposed resolution, which stated that fact, had been in his hands a week before. The reporter wrote, "Kettler and his followers left the room." I don't have "followers." The two people who attended the meeting with me share a common interest in maintaining freedom in our country. And what is this "posse comitatus members believe"? What is a "posse comitatus" member? We are not members of anything.  If you read the proposed resolution, you will find that...                      Posse Comitatus is a term that                      means “power of the county.”                      The law was passed in 1878                      in response to some of the                      abuses committed by federal troops. As stated in the proposed resolution, it’s a law, not an organization. No, we do not believe that the Sheriff is where "real [all - as implied] governmental authority lies." There are certain duties and responsibilities that reside with the Sheriff alone. Other governmental matters are in the hands of others. I did state that 9-11 was a fraud.  The events did occur, and the deaths were tragic, but the media told lies about how they occurred, which were perpetrated upon the American people and many others throughout the world.  Fortunately, many are waking up to the proven facts, and all the implications of those facts.  Polls show that the percentage of Americans waking up is steadily increasing, and a recent CNN poll indicated 82 percent believe there is a government cover up. The commissioners expressed an unwillingness to discuss this further at a future meeting, and although they had been given the proposed resolution one week ahead of time, their discussion indicated ignorance of the content.  The video tapes mentioned by the reporter that I'd handed to the Commissioners, which they refused, contained verifiable material they could have investigated.  In my opinion, none of them should be re-elected, not because of a difference of opinion, but because they have nothing of substance upon which to base their opinions.  If, and when, I see a change, and they show a desire to know the truth, I’ll retract that statement.
This appeared in the Aug. 3, 2006  Huerfano World By Bruce Kettler Patriot Act In   your   July   20,   2006   article,   you   stated   "Kettler   insisted   that Colorado   had   already   signed   such   a   resolution."   On   the   internet, one   can   access   www.bordc.org   and   find   that   8   states   have   signed on   to   similar   resolutions,   which   includes   Colorado.   Within   the state, 15 communities have also committed to it. There's    much    more    to    consider    than    the    unpatriotic    so-called "Patriot"   Act,.      My   web   site,   which   is   noted   in   at   least   last   weeks classified   section   of   this   newspaper,   will   reveal   other   important issues in the text of the proposed resolution. My   reply   to   Commissioner   DeHerrera   about   how   the   government will   protect   the   people   from   terrorists,   was   that   existing   laws   are sufficient,   and   that   the   PEOPLE,   and   the   Sheriff's   Department   will be sufficient to enforce them. I   also   replied   to   a   question   about   losing   our   liberties   to   terrorism, by   stating   that   the   so-called   "solutions"   to   retain   liberties,   actually robs the PEOPLE of liberty. Readers   should   learn   about   the   tyranny   that   is   perpetrated   upon the   American   PEOPLE,   both   with   the   use   of   the   USA   PATRIOT Act,   and   without   it,   which   is   not   shown   in   mainstream   media.   Men fought   and   died   to   bring   this   great   republic   into   being,   and   the BILL OF RIGHTS they gave their lives for is being shredded. I   did   state   that   the   events   of   September   11,   2001   were   a   fraud.     The   events   did   occur,   and   the   deaths   were   tragic,   but   lies   were told     to     the     American     people     about     how     they     occurred.       Fortunately,   many   are   waking   up   to   the   proven   facts,   and   all   the implications of those facts. As   for   the   statement   that   I   "tried   to   press   a   videotape   into   his hand."   I   placed   it   on   the   Commissioners   desk,   and   they   promptly slid   it   back   to   me   across   the   table.   I   later   gave   a   copy   of   the   tape to Brian Orr, the writer of the article. As   for   "Swatko   tried   to   calm   him   down."   I   had   stated   I   would   do what   I   could   to   see   that   none   of   the   Commissioners   were   re- elected.      Did   someone   have   the   perception   that   there   was   a   need to   "calm"   me   for   stating   that?      I   have   no   idea   why.      Was   placing tapes   on   a   table   something   that   showed   I   needed   “calming“   for?     If    I    had    needed    calming,    2    law    enforcement    personnel    were present. Certainly,   people   in   a   position   of   authority   who   are   not   willing   to discuss   matters,   or   investigate   facts,   and   only   dictate   their   policy based    upon    their    own    uneducated    bias,    are    frustrating    to encounter,   and   I   did   show   some   degree   of   anger   at   the   meeting.     The   commissioners   had   expressed   an   unwillingness   to   discuss this   further   at   a   future   meeting,   or   to   examine   what   I‘d   said   to   see if any of it was true.