The United States military Uniform Code of Military Justice requires all members of the armed forces to disobey any illegal order. The Constitution specifies that treason, felonies, and breaching the peace are grave threats to the safety of America and offenders must be detained and prosecuted. Specifically, by a civilian grand jury.
Defending the Constitution requires members of the Armed Forces to disobey illegal orders. And, in the case of alleged treasonous acts, members of the Armed Forces are constitutionally bound to arrest such offenders.
By sending billions of dollars to provide “aid and comfort” to America’s sworn enemy, Iran, Barack Obama and the majority of Congress are guilty of treason.
Treason against the United States is defined as 1) “consist[ing] only in levying war against them,” or 2) “in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.”
Some argue this definition is only applicable during wartime. Regardless of how one defines America “at war” sending cash to Iran, a sworn enemy whose leaders have publicly declared its intent to destroy America, and to continue building nuclear weapons, clearly falls within the Constitutional definition of a treasonous act.
U.S. Senators and Congressmen can be arrested for acts of “Treason, Felony and Breach of the Peace,” as outlined in Article 1 Section 6 of the Constitution.
Obama also broke the law when he made a couple secret side deals with the Iranians. Then you have the President of Argentina calling out Obama on the UN floor as having attempted to get nuclear material to Iran. Those rare allegations against an American president should be followed up, of course.
As the users following the article course points out, a civilian grand jury can be called by citizens to indict government officials:
The doings of American grand juries are notoriously misunderstood and unknown by most sectors of the public. Generally, the grand jury process escapes obscurity only when indictments are made public and when, for whatever reason, grand jury “leaks” are disclosed in the news media
In theory, the grand jury is supposed to act as a check on the government — a people's watchdog against arbitrary and malevolent prosecutions. By and large, however, federal grand juries rarely challenge federal prosecutors.
Source: Constitution Society
However, that's on the state level. We need to create this for the feds. Here's the abstract for a paper examing this:
French jurist and philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville once declared that trial by jury is the instrument of the
sovereignty of people and contributes to insure the best administration of justice in the government. However, the U.S. Government has never created an effective civic investigative institution to directly check and monitor the function of government agencies and their personnel. This paper then examines the possible establishment of a federal civil grand jury system in America. The proposal to institute the civil function of the federal grand jury is extremely important and timely, especially given the fact the former CIA IT consultant and whistleblower Edward Snowden recently exposed massive illegal surveillance of hundreds of millions of people in the U.S. and around the globe by the National Security Agency (NSA) and other intelligence sources in the federal government.
Today, the criminal function of the grand jury system at both state and federal levels has been firmly established by
the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Nonetheless, the civil function of the federal grand jury has lost its ability to inquire into non-criminal matters, to investigate political corruption or state inefficiencies, or to issue official reports on their civil investigation of officers and agencies in the federal government. Similarly, the overwhelming majority of the individual states have also lost much of their civic oversight role of the grand jury. Today only handful of states, including California and Nevada, continue to require the annual empanelment of the grand jury to conduct the civil investigation of the actions of local governments and their officials.
The paper begins with the historical genealogy of the grand jury system in England and the U.S. and chronicles
citizens’ historical struggles against the government’s abuse of power and authority. The second section examines the
important socio-legal function of civil grand juries in California and their democratic impact on citizen empowerment in local communities. Finally the paper provides a set of recommendations and proposals to establish the federal civil grand jury system in the U.S.
Now is the time for the citizenry to act upon their rights and demand justice. Time is running SEVERLY SHORT!
Our “representatives” have been misleading us down a dark path for years and now that there is incontrovertible proof of treason by the highest offices in the land, something can and must be done about it.