Court Record PROVES James Faire NOT REPRESENTED

See here all who have an interest in this case and let the record, public, and here below reproduced, show that James “Strat” Faire has endured four months without the attorney the law mandates he must have.

Although the contract public defender’s firm of Melissa MacDougall insists that Faire has been assigned attorneys, and that they have “met” with their client, the court record shows that since August 18, 2015 when Nicholas Blount withdrew from the case, NO OTHER ATTORNEY HAS FILED A NOTICE OF APPEARANCE ON BEHALF OF JAMES FAIRE. Thus, he has had no representation.

judge rawsonThe Judge at the November status hearing, admonished Kelly Seago, Continue reading

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When an Innocent Man Sits in Jail

[Originally published at TheReaganWing.com July 26, 2015. Updated & used by permission.]

He can build anything out of anything

He can build anything out of anything

When an falsely accused man sits in jail, as does James Faire in Okanogan County, there is very little for him to do. The jail library has little to offer a man accustomed to study. There is nothing for the hands of a man skilled in making and doing, restoring and repairing, to do.

Waking and sleeping, grooming and eating are regimented … a man’s choices become virtually nonexistent. And his social contacts … are restricted, monitored, his freedom to meet or call a friend … gone. He waits … he waits upon his friends outside … Continue reading

The Concept of Innocent Until Proven Guilty in the Patriot Movement

By Kit Lange

[Although not directly addressing James Faire’s case, the author speaks eloquently to the fundamental principle so blatantly and repeatedly violated by the Okanogan County “justice” system. The principles the article expounds cry out to be restored in America and in the hearts of all those who claim to love Liberty and Justice.]

We patriots are often found debating the finer points of Constitutional amendments and/or concepts embodied in Liberty.  One of the greatest of these—and one of those with some of the most widely used derivatives—is the idea that someone is innocent until proven guilty.  We understand this in an abstract sense.  Blackstone on innocent Continue reading