On Monday, a citizens’ grand jury assembled by Attorney Larry Klayman (r), founder and chairman of Freedom Watch, unanimously returned a true bill of indictment against President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden for having willfully released classified national security information concerning the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound, United States and Israeli war plans concerning Iran and their cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
The grand jury determined the release of this information resulted in the killing of members of SEAL Team Six by terrorists, the arrest and imprisonment of American covert agents by Pakistan, such as the doctor who aided the CIA with respect to the bin Laden assassination, while compromising United States-Israeli war plans with Iran as well as other harm to U.S. national security.
On Tuesday, Klayman issued a press release stating, “The citizens’ grand jury, after having deliberated yesterday issued a true bill of indictment. It did the work that the government should have done, but doesn’t have the integrity to do; that is hold these public officials accountable under the law. For far too long, government prosecutors, who are put in place by politicians, have looked the other way as high public officials like Obama and Biden violate the law to further their political agendas. Now, as a result, the people must therefore exercise the rights given to them by the framers of the Constitution, and themselves take legitimate measures to restore the nation to some semblance of legality.”
The true bill was returned by the grand jury at 6:02 p.m. on Oct. 29, 2012 after the grand jury reviewed evidence and voted unanimously to indict Obama and Biden.
According to Klayman, the indictment of Obama and Biden is just the first step in a “legal revolution to reclaim the nation from establishment politicians, government officials and judges who have represented only their own political and other interests at the expense of ‘We the People.’”
Klayman stated Obama and Biden will now be tried in a court of law and said he is confident they will be convicted of these alleged crimes.