Final Countdown?

In a 3-2-11 Letter to Gary Cox of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, assistant attorney general Jessica Blome stated that “requesting a new trial does not stay execution of the Court’s Final Order of Permanent Injunction and Judgment and Order, entered February 23, 2011. Accordingly, this letter serves to provide your client with seven days notice that the Missouri State Milk Board will assist your client in the destruction of ‘all of its cheese products condemned by the Missouri State Milk Board on August 26, 2010’…Pursuant to the court’s Final Order, three inspectors from the State Milk Board will arrive at Morningland Dairy of the Ozarks in Mountain Grove, Missouri, at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 9, 2011, continuing to Thursday, March 10, 2011, to supervise your client in the destruction of the condemned cheese. The State Milk Board has made arrangements with a local, sanitary landfill for the disposal of the cheese.”

David Gumpert at The Complete Patient says it best in this post yesterday: “And now, smelling blood, the Missouri regulators are pushing for destruction of the Morningland inventory by next week, even though Missouri law and legal precedent allow for an automatic 30-day stay for imposition of sentence. [emphasis mine].

I particularly like the picture David used with that post. Says it all.

15 responses to “Final Countdown?

  1. I really want to buy a chunk of this cheese. Where is MY freedom to choose? This is STILL AMERICA & I am still guaranteed my freedom despite what despots may attempt to make me believe that it is otherwise.

  2. Is it illegal to move the cheese out of state? If it is not in the state then the state has no jurisdiction over it; what about jurisdiction over relocating it out of their jurisdiction? Then people could buy it as a memento of this historic injustice -and the thought occurred to them, who knows, they might even eat it.

  3. ..then if the thought occurred to them….

  4. Steve Summers

    Will the Missouri State Milk Board be liable for the value of the cheese if they loose an appeal or new trial?

  5. Steve Summers

    Do I understand this correctly, that the Dairy’s defense (Farm to Consumer…) brought in a witness that undermined their own case?: “Tim Wightman, the “dairy expert” brought in by Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund.” Didn’t the defense know what the witness was going to say?

    • I don’t know how to address the interest in relocating the cheese. Anything I say could be used against me in a court of un-law…

      As to Tim Wightman, yes he undermined their case. It was the mention of dried off cows sale that did it. Did the defense know what he was going to say? Hey, it’s FTCLDF…

  6. If anyone is capable of getting up a system of relocating the cheese, count me in as a customer please.

  7. Do not email MLD about this. If you want to steal cheese, you have to work that out yourselves. Thanks!

  8. Steve Summers

    Steal cheese? The concept is legally relocating the cheese, out of the MSMB and circuit court jurisdiction.

  9. Below is a message I just got from the Holy Love website. I am a member of FTCLDF. And have used them in the past. Their services were top-notch of the highest quality. I thank God for their existence in helping us with our struggles to preserve freedoms guaranteed to us as American citizens. We need to work together and avoid strife in order to survive as a viable force. And it is my intention to call FTCLDF this morning to get whatever is the best option legally for us to do as a group separate from MLD and the kind lady who runs this website to protect them both from legal repercussions.

    Holy Love Messages
    March 5, 2011
    “I am your Jesus, born Incarnate.”
    “I have come to help you understand that there is a correlation between blaming and unforgiveness – and blaming and forgiveness. When it becomes obvious that a person or persons has done something wrong, or sinned or hurt you in some way, it is rightful reason to place responsibility for such words or actions upon the perpetrator. But blame which is righteous lays responsibility upon the perpetrator’s fallen nature, and does not dwell on the blame allowing it to turn into unforgiveness.”

  10. Oh, I get it. You’re talking about protective custody…..Personally, I think that few hundred people there with signs megaphones, cameras and notice to tv stations would be good. Here we are in a world where there are food riots and tons of reports about food shortages coming soon, and they are going to throw away an awful lot of food.

    Something needs to be done.

  11. Marilyn Steffen

    More of us need to ask God to bless the politicians and bureaucrats. I was told to pray for my enemies, through gritted teeth, if it was the only way I could do it. And I got a miracle from my prayer.

    I owe the lives of 2 babies to raw milk so I know how important it is.

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