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Unbeknownst to anyone, Thomas David House of Deegan was taken to Court in Parkersburg today, Tuesday, December 22, for a “Closed Hearing”.

I made a phone call to Parkersburg Circuit Court yesterday, (Monday, December 21, 2015) and at exactly 3:58 PM and was told by a woman who identified herself as Tracy, that there was no hearing scheduled for Thomas David Deegan.  In less than 24 hours, on December 22, 2015 the hearing was held with Judge Reed, Prosecutor Wharton, Thomas, and Thomas’s “forced and formally fired attorney”, present.

What follows is what was relayed to me by Thomas’s mother, Darlene after Thomas called her:

Whenever Thomas tried to speak, he was told that he could not.  He attempted to refuse the attorney, but Judge Reed force the attorney on him.

Thomas was told that charges of violating home confinement and threats of terrorism are being combined with a hearing date of January 26th.  This is two days prior to the Doddridge County Writ of Habeas Corpus hearing that is scheduled on January 28th.

Thomas was offered a plea deal by Prosecutor, Jason Wharton.  If Thomas would plead guilty to both charges, he would be sentenced one to five years. 

Thomas was removed from court by officers for attempting to speak.

Questions that come to mind:

1. Why was I told less than 24 hours prior to the hearing that no hearing was scheduled?

2. Thomas was bound over to grand jury by Magistrate Waters and the grand jury has not convened so Thomas has never been charged with threats of terrorism!

3. Thomas has formally fired his court forced attorney to no avail!

4. Thomas is being denied assistance of counsel despite numerous requests!

5. Thomas is prevented from speaking in his own defense!

Evidently, the only justice to be had is the “Just Us Kangeroos” in this case!

I will be calling the Wood County Circuit Clerk, Carol Jones, and asking why there was a hearing when none was scheduled. I will also be asking Clerk Jones how I can get a transcript of what was said in the hearing.

I will be emailing this information to the Elkins Inter-Mountain and Tim MacVean.

If I cannot get a transcript of the hearing, please consider the following West Virginia Code.

http://www.legis.state.wv.us/wvcode/ChapterEntire.cfm?chap=29b

CHAPTER 29B. FREEDOM OF INFORMATION.

ARTICLE 1. PUBLIC RECORDS.


§29B-1-1. Declaration of policy.
Pursuant to the fundamental philosophy of the American constitutional form of representative government which holds to the principle that government is the servant of the people, and not the master of them, it is hereby declared to be the public policy of the state of West Virginia that all persons are, unless otherwise expressly provided by law, entitled to full and complete information regarding the affairs of government and the official acts of those who represent them as public officials and employees. The people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know and what is not good for them to know. The people insist on remaining informed so that they may retain control over the instruments of government they have created. To that end, the provisions of this article shall be liberally construed with the view of carrying out the above declaration of public policy.

But then, remember that since 1933 all constitutions and state sovereignty, and rule of law is subject to the whim of the powers!  That is CORPORATE POWERS!

The actions serve to prove what Thomas, Gene, and I alleged and proved in West Virginia Supreme Court!

Thomas would like folks to email Monsignor Quirk who is assistant to Bishop Bransfield of the Wheeling/Charleston Diocese to request that they intervene in a case of political persecution of the expatriated Thomas David House of Deegan, who formally repatriated sovereignty under the Creator Of All.

I will also paste below the email for Bishop Brandsfield.

With no apologies, but prayers,

Phil Hudok

Monsignor Quirk-Wheeling/Charleston Diocese:

kqurik@dwc.org

Bishop Brandsfield-Wheeling/Charleston Diocese:

kshaffer@dwc.org

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