Jason W. Hoyt, from American Patriots radio, wrote on his blog:
Terry Trussell, a resident of Dixie County and a husband, father and Vietnam Veteran, was asked to serve as the Foreman of the Dixie County Grand Jury for a 6 month term, ending on October 19, 2014. As he did in the Army several decades ago, Terry answered the call once again and swore an Oath to protect and defend the Constitution.
In accordance with his oath and the instructions provided at the outset of his term and upon being made aware of criminal activity occurring within Dixie County, he attempted to convene a meeting of the Dixie County Grand Jury to present evidence and invoke the Grand Jury’s Presentment power as granted in the 5th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and supported by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1992.
On Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014, however, Terry Trussell was arrested and taken to jail.
Reporting a Crime is Now Considered Criminal Activity!
Terry G. Trussell was arraigned and appeared in a Dixie County, Florida court. Three times the judge asks if the defendant [Trussell] is in court, three times Trussell answers that he is in court. The judge then declares Trussell has failed to appear.
Hoyt notes, “Upon contacting the County Clerk to begin the process of convening the Grand Jury it was reported that he was met with resistance and interference. Terry filed a Bill of Information on Tuesday, August 5th at the Dixie County Clerk of Court detailing his interactions with State Attorney, Jeffrey A. Siegmeister. The Bill of Information, notarized and stamped received by Clerk of the Court, Dana Johnson, lists several infractions committed by State Attorney, Jeffrey A. Siegmeister.” The Bill of Information, states in part:
A Grand Jury for Dixie County, Florida was chosen in 2014, whereby Terry G. Trussell was appointed as Foreman of the Jury.
On Friday, August 1, 2014, a selected Grand Jury for Dixie County was called together to address a criminal issue which was reported to the Grand Jury Foreman in Dixie County.
The Foreman demanded that a packet of crucial information be sent to all the Jurors to prepare them for the issue before the Jury.
State Attorney Jeffery Siegmeister failed to send the information packet as requested out to the Jurors.
State Attorney Jeffery Siegmeister, then caused and did corrupt the Grand Jury for Dixie County, Florida by calling them.