(NaturalNews) California "raw milk man" James Stewart, who has been persecuted by California officials for his "crime" of distributing unpasteurized milk, is currently held in Ventura county jails. Yesterday, he met with his new legal team, led by Matt Bromund of the Bromund Law Group in Ventura (www.BromundLaw.com). Bromund, who has also represented Sharon Palmer of Healthy Family Farms, is very familiar with the tactics now being attempted by the Ventura County D.A. to try to paint farmers as criminals.
As NaturalNews previously reported, both Ventura County and L.A. County are waging a vicious persecution campaign against Stewart (http://www.naturalnews.com/035197_James_Stew...), and we have learned this is because the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has ordered state authorities to prosecute James in order to "set an example" so that no one else across the country even considers selling raw milk. The FDA even provided around $80,000 in grant money, plus a network of spies and infiltration operatives (http://www.naturalnews.com/033428_FDA_secret...) to aid in the persecution campaign.
California attorney Ajna Sharma-Wilson is also on Stewart's legal team, working as an adjunct attorney to help in the case. She describes James Stewart as "...being treated like a political prisoner."
She told NaturalNews yesterday: "Every move he's making is being scrutinized. I've visited jails hundreds of times, I've never been treated like that. There's something going on. They want to take down james and they're doing everything possible from every angle. The entire Ventura county case is about Character assassination to make James look like a criminal."
Motion to dismiss to be reviewed as early as Monday
Matt Bromund told NaturalNews he intends to file a motion to dismiss all charges against Stewart, and that such a motion could be reviewed by a judge as early as Monday (but could also take much longer, depending on the circumstances).
Bromund is very optimistic about the outcome. "I think the motion to dismiss the case should be very easy for the judge to grant. [Stewart] should get prompt resolution at law on this case, and in the mean time he's going to get all kinds of extraordinary scrutiny because there is an agenda that has been set by various agencies of California."
That agenda, as NaturalNews readers well know, is to destroy raw milk and persecute anyone who touches it. This is the new model of police state crony capitalism in America: Big industry runs the regulators, and the regulators are criminal gangs that misuse their power to destroy any competition of their corporate masters. The agenda to "get James Stewart," after all, is really a protection racket to make sure the pasteurized milk industry -- offering dead, pasteurized, artificially homogenized milk with high levels of pus and blood -- has no competition from fresh, local food producers which run far cleaner operations (http://www.naturalnews.com/035039_raw_milk_p...).
Public vigil already being coordinated
A public vigil for James Stewart -- who is without question a political prisoner in a criminally-run police state "justice" system -- is already being planned. NaturalNews will announce the details shortly.
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