Oregon ‘Rain Man’ Fined, Sent To Jail For Collecting Rainwater in Oregon

Posted: August 12, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Jury only found Gary guilty because judge wouldn’t allow them to hear the evidence.

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Intro to Gary Harringtom’s 30 day sentence for capturing rainwater in Oregon.

Dominic Notter legal advisor / friend of Gary / Concerned citizen talks about the case and some of the issues with the State of Oregon.

Dominic says that The only reason the jury found Gary guilty was because they were disallowed to hear the evidence, by the judge who felt that the evidence “might unduly prejudice the jury against the State.”

This is what happened in the trial of the Publisher of this newsletter in his filings against the IRS for unfair trade practices —- his evidence was also disallowed by the judge, who felt that the evidence “might unduly prejudice the jury against the State”  —- meaning, or course, against the State and the IRS.

So much for contemporary jury trials today.

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