Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Our first trial ended finding Pres. Andrew Johnson NOT GUILTY of violating Article Ten in an attempt to bring into disgrace, ridicule and contempt the Congress of the United States by grossly intemperate language and therefore violates the harmony and courtesies by which ought to exist and be maintained between the executive and legislative branches of the Government of the United States. President Johnson was found GUILTY of violating Article One and Ten of the Articles of Impeachment, which violates the law of the land, The Constitution of the United States of America on the charge of unlawfully dismissing Edwin M. Stanton as Secretary of War in violation of the Tenure of Office Act. OUR SECOND version of this trial began this week. We shall see what the jury decides.