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Constitutional Attorney Katherine Henry Court Trial

Constitutional Attorney Katherine Henry Court Trial

by John Clore

6 months ago

We are going to try and Live Stream this for you today!  
A lot of variables to consider.  Will the Judge violate the 1st amendment (Freedom of the Press) by not allowing us to film the court proceedings?   

We shall find out today.  

Yes!  As a matter of fact, this is exactly what happened!   

While setting up camera and equipment in the courtroom, a sheriff deputy asked me if I had permission to document the trial.  I replied, I do!  It's called the 1st amendment and freedom of the press. The deputy then instructed me to sign in as press at the clerks window. 

I decided to entertain the request! I then proceeded to fill out a form at the clerks window, and was told that press must fill out a "press request" three days prior. I still continued to try and follow the ridiculous unconstitutional protocol that this circuit court judge has deemed necessary.  

I waited for about 30 min for the decision in which I was given this:

We were able to interview Katherine Henry along with Jon Rocha for congress and Aaron Nawrot who witnessed first hand the arrest of Katherine Henry.  


Written by John Clore



Katherine Henry was able to sum up what happened and what to expect next in this interview.



  • Thank you for continuing to fight! I’m sorry for what you are going through! I didn’t realize you were moving. I know you talked about it but I thought you were going to wait until your case was over and there so much more to do in Michigan! You are awesome and you have taught me a lot!

    Iris Haas on

  • I wish you well in your fight. I just don’t understand why you ran for a township trustee position, won the election last November and now you are moving? As a resident of Georgetown Charter Township and someone that voted for you, I find this frustrating.

    Annette C. VeNard on

  • They’re not treating her with respect and letting her to have her say! This is a digress

    Brenda Blackwell on

  • I agree. She’s being railroaded because our local government is corrupt. That’s the beginning and the end of the story.

    Barbara Barbara on

  • So sorry you’re going through this. I hope & pray you will be vindicated! 🙏🙏🙏

    Carol DeLamielleure on

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