Mr. Carl Swensson of the State of Georgia successfully organized a Common Law Grand Jury, and that Grand Jury reviewed evidence against Barry Soetoro, AKA Barack Obama, and is recommending an indictment. The U.S. Attorney, who was presented with that recommendation, has refused to discuss it by saying, "We only deal with lawyers." The Attorney General's office of the State of Georgia has also been presented with that recommendation and has also refused, saying, "We don't represent citizens."
You will also find that Common Law Grand Juries in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio also have seen the evidence and are making a presentment to charge the illegal alien Barry Soetoro AKA Barack Obama. More Common Law Grand Juries across American are being scheduled as of this writing.
These guys are clearly amateurs. Doesn't anyone remember Admiralty Flags?
My first contact with the ideas presented by this type of group was in justice court and county court at law cases against individuals who identified themselves as members of the "Posse Comitatus," a nationwide group of citizens united in their belief that the federal and state governments have unconstitutionally exceeded their proper spheres of influence or power, and need to be stopped, by force, if necessary. In 1980 a group of such citizens filed a document in the Gillespie County deed records purporting to be the "Charter of the Posse Comitatus of the State of Texas, County of Gillespie." The charter makes all members "sovereigns," declares all current laws null and void, and sets out the group's mission as protection of the United States and Texas Constitutions and the "Constitution of the Free and Independent State of Texas" (!) as interpreted by the members.
Most courtrooms in Texas are decorated in much the same way: there is a bench for the judge, counsel table(s) for the parties and their attorneys, chairs for the observers, and flags, of both the Texas and the United States. The flags sometimes are adorned with golden fringe around the edges. Beware, those of you who must practice in a courtroom with a fringed flag! You will undoubtedly be assailed with the argument that the fringe on the flag denotes a court of admiralty. Your defendant will then point out with great glee that since the offense alleged did not occur on the high seas, ipso facto, the "admiralty court" in which you find yourself has not properly obtained jurisdiction over him!
Sadly, the last time this line of legal thought was used, it was a bunch of whack-adoos holed up on their 'sovereign' ranches, not being spouted by Fox News and the Governor of Texas.