Tag Archives: Dee Corley

Dee Corley/Scanned Retina: An independent observer: Witness to the fraudulent misrepresentation of a private criminal impersonation of a court of law.

Re-blogging, with thanks to Scanned Retina, on The Everyday Concerned Citizen.

A powerful personal narrative of witness of the court proceedings in the case of Thomas Deegan. Many thanks to Dee Corley for making this trip to West Virginia and for recording and reporting her personal thoughts and observations on the trial. Please visit Scanned Retina to read the whole, illuminating account. Dee Corley reports that the conference call to action where Thomas Deegan is purportedly stated by the FBI to be making “terroristic threats” was replayed in full in the courtroom. In the process, the jury heard the reason behind the call for action: the construction and operation of fraud in government.

“A beautiful thing took place within the trial, something completely unexpected by Mr. Deegan’s accusers. I found it thrilling to watch, and was honored to have the privilege to watch this scene play out within the courtroom, as the eyes of some of the members of the jury began to open. Some appeared to be in disbelief at first, as they discovered that their rights have been stripped away through fraud that has been taking place in our government unbeknownst to them for generations. A few jurors appeared to experience some degree of horror, while others still seemed dazed and clueless of what they were hearing, until the accusing witness’s testimony began to disintegrate before them. Others never got past the words in the recording.”

This conference call to action, 9/14/2015, as also much material surrounding this wrongful arrest, incarceration, and indictment may be found on Hudok Info, and is linked here.

You can read a transcript here, of an earlier conference call on 7/30/’15 which introduces this subject to an open audience. This earlier post here covers it. You can also see earlier posts following this story by searching for “Thomas Deegan” here.

Scanned Retina - A Resource for the People!

March 19, 2016

Author: Dee Corley

I took a road trip this week from Georgia to West Virginia with a couple of local friends, one a long time independent journalist covering stories of fraud and injustice in our government. The other his companion, a phenomenal and tireless talent at supportive research. It was my second trip with them in a month to a state where I previously had never been before. I wasn’t sure why I was going, I just knew I was led to go and help support a man whom I didn’t know, but who seemed to stand for what I believe to be true and just. My awakening to this subject began a few years ago, and has rapidly increased over the past year or more. Now, I’m ready to do what I can, so with the opportunity I chose to show up.

Once there, I sat…

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Doreen Agostino/Our Greater Destiny: Precedent Setting Verdict: Thomas Deegan

Re-blogging, with many thanks to Doreen for covering this story.

I don’t think it’s a meaningless coincidence that both this unjust verdict on Thomas Deegan and new evidence surfacing in LaVoy Finicum’s death are occurring at just this moment in time. We cannot look away from what is happening here. Two men, speaking out and challenging State and Federal authority: one, arrested, wrongfully charged, indicted as guilty of making undefined “terroristic threats”, the other killed.

Reporters and court witnesses Caleb Hitt, Dee Corley, and Carl Swennson discuss how this verdict on Thomas sets a precedent for the criminalizing of free speech, how the FBI had infiltrated earlier meetings in attempts to entrap and provoke, how false charges had been laid at his door, and how this verdict sets the stage for a longer appeal process, which will hopefully bring the truth about fraudulent corporate government that Thomas sought to expose into larger view. “The Constitution doesn’t exist anymore.” “All of the courts are frauds.” “This is a step in the process–it’s not the end.” Full article and video link at Our Greater Destiny. Also see Thomas Deegan’s closing arguments in court here.