On October 29th, 2009, on his way home from the Tea Party Express II tour stops in Northern Nevada, Jim Duensing, a lawyer and independent candidate for United States Senator, was stopped by a motorcycle traffic cop for a routine traffic offense; driving straight through a right hand only lane.
While calmly talking to the officer with his hands over his head, Jim was shot in the chest with an electric rifle. While pulling the prongs out of his chest, Jim ran from the source of the electrocution, still experiencing the 50,000 volts of electricity in his hands and arms. While running away with empty hands from yet another taser shot, Jim was shot from behind with three 45 caliber hollow point bullets. One destroyed his left abdominal muscles. Another ripped through his right pectoral muscle. Both of those bullets miraculously missed all vital organs. And, the third shot shattered Jim's humerus bone just above his left elbow, taking large chunks of his bicep, and requiring two surgeries. The arm will never fully heal, but thanks to some wonderful surgeons and the help of several rehabilitation specialists, Jim has regained most of the range of motion and some of the strength in that arm.
To protect "their" officers against the civil charges stemming from officer David M. Gilbert's abuse of power and attempted homicide of Jim Duensing, the prosecutor denied Jim a public pre-trial hearing and instead has charged Jim with felony resisting arrest through a secret Grand Jury hearing he wasn't even able to attend or learn the specific time of until it was completed.
Jim needs your help to defend himself against the criminal charges the system is bringing against him. Good criminal lawyers are not cheap. And, time is of the essence.
Every donation helps, no matter how small. Just $10 donated from only 5,000 good people across this nation will cover the legal and investigatory expenses that Jim is facing. No donation is too big or too small. 5, 10, 25, 100 ... a single dollar. Many hands make light work.
Thanks for any help you can offer.
In Liberty, with Eternal Vigilance,