The Becker Report – September 2020
Private Citizen Affidavit
I’m encouraging all citizens of Ohio, who care about restoring the rule of law and ending imperial control, to copy and paste the below Private Citizen Affidavit into their own documents.
Simply swap out my personal information (name and address) for your own. Change Clermont County to your own county. Change anything else in the document per your discretion. Notarize it. And file it with the criminal division of your county Clerk of Courts in Municipal or similar court. There are no fees and no attorney is required.
The following was written by my attorney, Nick Owens, Esq.
A private citizen affidavit is a statutory process under Ohio law that allows a private citizen to file an affidavit with a reviewing official to seek criminal charges against someone. The law defines a reviewing official as a judge, magistrate, or prosecuting attorney. The statutory right of a private citizen affidavit has been in existence since 1960 and was most recently amended by the Ohio General Assembly in 2006. The filing of a private citizen affidavit is considered a criminal matter and not civil and courts have historically not required the payment of a filing fee.
Many times, a private citizen affidavit is filed with a clerk of courts of a respective court although that is not required. If the private citizen affidavit alleges a felony offense, a reviewing official shall issue a warrant for the arrest of the person unless the affidavit is not filed in good faith or is not meritorious, which courts have interpreted as lacking probable cause. If the affidavit is considered not to be filed in good faith or be meritorious, or lack probable cause the court and/or prosecuting attorney shall investigate the matter.
Probable cause is generally defined as a reasonable ground for suspicion supported by facts and circumstances sufficiently strong to warrant a prudent person to believe that an accused person has committed an offense.
Like many legal procedures in Ohio, clerks, judges/magistrates, and prosecutors consistently handle a private citizen affidavit in different ways. A court hearing is not required under Ohio law after the filing of a private citizen affidavit; however, a court is within their authority to hold a hearing. The filer of a private citizen affidavit may be afforded the opportunity to testify at the hearing but a private citizen is under no obligation to do so. In essence, the private citizen affidavit can speak for itself.
Private Citizen Affidavit filed with the Clermont County Municipal Court on September 28, 2020
PRIVATE CITIZEN AFFIDAVIT
pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 2935.09(D)
State of Ohio
Clermont County, ss:
NAME AND ADDRESS OF WITNESS WHO OBSERVED OFFENSES OR HAS KNOWLEDGE OF THE FACTS CONCERNING IT:
925 Locust Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Your Affiant, John Becker being first sworn, says in good faith and meritoriously that Governor R. Michael DeWine, committed throughout the State of Ohio but specifically in Clermont County, on or about March 16, 2020 until present, the following criminal offenses in violation of the peace and dignity of the State of Ohio:
Engaging in pattern of corrupt activity, Ohio Revised Code 2923.32(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
Complicity, Ohio Revised Code 2923.03(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
Terrorism, Ohio Revised Code 2909.24(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
Making terroristic threat, Ohio Revised Code 2909.23(A)(1)(a), a felony of the 3rd degree;
Inducing panic, Ohio Revised Code 2917.31(A)(3), a felony of the 3rd degree;
Conspiracy, Ohio Revised Code 2923.01(A)(1), a felony of the 3rd degree;
Bribery, Ohio Revised Code 3599.01(A)(2); a felony of the 4th degree;
Interfering with civil rights, Ohio Revised Code 2921.45(A), a misdemeanor of the 1st degree;
Coercion, Ohio Revised Code 2905.12(A)(5), a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree; and
Patient abuse or neglect, Ohio Revised Code 2903.34(A)(3), a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree.
Governor R. Michael DeWine has held the Office of Governor of Ohio since January 14, 2019. Governor Michael DeWine under the color of his office has continuously violated the separation of powers doctrine by directing, allowing, colluding, and/or conspiring with the Ohio Department of Health to issue continuous orders outside the scope of its rulemaking authority, which is tantamount to creating new laws, a duty exclusively reserved to the Ohio General Assembly.
On March 16, 2020, Governor DeWine, during a heavily publicized press conference in solicitation, association, collusion, and in conspiracy with Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, without statutory authority unlawfully coerced millions of electors in Ohio to refrain from voting during the March 17, 2020 Presidential Primary Election. Additionally, Governor DeWine solicited Secretary LaRose together with himself to confidently, albeit incorrectly, state that the Presidential Primary Election would be changed from March 17, 2020 to June 2, 2020.
The General Assembly not the Governor is vested with the sole authority to cancel, post-pone, or extend a Presidential Primary, pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 3501.01(E)(2) as mandated by Article I, Section 4 of the United States Constitution and Article II, Section 27 of the Ohio Constitution. During the aforementioned press conference, Governor DeWine stoked fear by recklessly stating the following, “We cannot conduct this election tomorrow.” As a result, Governor DeWine through the color of his office caused serious public inconvenience, alarm, and fear and thus disenfranchised millions of electors of their freedom of choice and constitutional and statutory right to vote in person at their polling location on March 17, 2020. Governor DeWine also coerced electors not to vote in the President Primary Election even after Judge Richard Frye of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas ruled that changing the date of the election was the sole province of the General Assembly.
Further, Governor DeWine under the color of his office and through association and collusion with former Director Amy Acton and Interim Director Lance Himes of the Department of Health ordered through official action the closing and/or restriction of private businesses, which closure orders are beyond the quarantine and isolation powers granted to the Ohio Department of Health by Ohio Revised Code 3701.13. These orders of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity have created public inconvenience, alarm, and fear in the citizens of Ohio by depriving them of their constitutional rights protected under the Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution and Article I, Section 10 of the Ohio Constitution. These official actions by Governor DeWine have resulted in record-high unemployment, causing not only increased poverty, depression, despair, fear, and suicides, but also the necessity for state and local government budget cuts impacting schools and social programs.
Governor DeWine has also held private businesses and their corresponding licenses hostage through the use of coercion by subordinate government officials to enforce his arbitrary and unlawful orders. Since at least March 2020, over 790,000 individuals have filed for unemployment benefits totaling over $6 billion dollars in economic harm to the taxpayers of Ohio due to these unconstitutional executive and administrative orders. Additionally, thousands of private businesses have been forced to shut down and layoff their employees causing serious public inconvenience, alarm, and fear costing the citizens of Ohio billions of dollars in direct and indirect economic harm due to lost wages and salaries.
Additionally, Governor DeWine has demonstrated grotesque discrimination against the medical health and welfare of the general population of Ohio by denying nonemergency healthcare, by which discrimination resulted in needless fear, suffering, worsening of treatable conditions, increased poverty due to the higher cost of delayed treatment, increased depression, increased despair, and increased suicides. Governor DeWine’s official actions of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, through orders associated with, planned, and enforced by the Department of Health, have caused serious public inconvenience, alarm, and fear. As a result, millions of Ohioans were deprived of their constitutional right to purchase health care under Article I, Section 21 (B) of the Ohio Constitution. Additionally, under threat of credible criminal prosecution of a second-degree misdemeanor carrying a ninety-day jail sentence and/or a fine of $750, Ohioans were prohibited from purchasing healthcare in violation of Article I, Section 21 (C) of the Ohio Constitution.
Due to these executive and administrative orders planned and authorized by Governor DeWine, thousands of individuals, who reside at Ohio government administered healthcare facilities such as skilled nursing homes, have suffered continuous neglect through forced isolation and fear which has exacerbated their already serious medical conditions.
Since at least March 2020 and to present, Governor DeWine has intimidated, coerced, and caused serious public inconvenience, alarm, and fear by unlawfully placing nearly 12 million Ohioans (effectively) under house arrest and to wear facial coverings, subject to government-approved exceptions, thereby violating millions of Ohioan’s legal freedoms of association and civil liberties and due process rights under threat of credible criminal prosecution of a second-degree misdemeanor carrying a ninety-day jail sentence and/or a fine of $750.
According to the Ohio Constitution, Article I, Section 10a(D), your Affiant is a victim and “a person against whom the criminal offense or delinquent act is committed or who is directly and proximately harmed by the commission of the offense or act.”
Lastly, since this affidavit charges felony offenses and pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 2935.10(A), this court shall “(1) issue a warrant for the arrest of the person charged in the affidavit, or (2) refer the matter to the prosecuting attorney for investigation.” See State v. Fraley, 2020-Ohio-3763, citing State ex rel. Brown v. Nusbaum, 2017-Ohio-9141. Ohio Revised Code 2935.10(A) mandates that this court cannot summarily dismiss the affidavit. See Hicks v. State, 2018-Ohio-5298.
Further Affiant Sayeth Not.
925 Locust Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Sworn to and subscribed before me by __________________________ on
the ____________ day of _________________ , 2020.
_______________ County, State of Ohio
My Commission Expires ________________.
Letter to the Clerk of Courts
An accompanying letter of this nature is not required but may be helpful.
September 28, 2020
The Honorable Tim Rudd
Clerk of Courts
Clermont County Municipal Court
4430 State Route 222
Batavia, Ohio 45103
Dear Clerk Rudd:
I am requesting that you officially file my private citizen affidavit concerning Governor Mike DeWine on the court’s docket and immediately forward it to the Administrative Judge of the Clermont County Municipal Court for its prompt review.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
925 Locust Lane
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
513-753-6440 (voice only)
This press release was written by me to explain to the public, in plain English, the arguments for each of the charges outlined in the Private Citizen Affidavit.
For Immediate Release:
September 28, 2020
State Representative John Becker Announces
10 Criminal Charges Against Governor Mike DeWine
Demands Governor DeWine’s Immediate Arrest and Impeachment
UNION TOWNSHIP, CLERMONT COUNTY — State Representative John Becker, acting as a private citizen, has formally filed a Private Citizen Affidavit today in Clermont County Municipal Court per Ohio Revised Code 2935.09(D). The seven felony and three misdemeanor charges are as follows:
1. Engaging in pattern of corrupt activity, Ohio Revised Code 2923.32(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
2. Complicity, Ohio Revised Code 2923.03(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
3. Terrorism, Ohio Revised Code 2909.24(A)(1), a felony of the 2nd degree;
4. Making terroristic threat, Ohio Revised Code 2909.23(A)(1)(a), a felony of the 3rd degree;
5. Inducing panic, Ohio Revised Code 2917.31(A)(3), a felony of the 3rd degree;
6. Conspiracy, Ohio Revised Code 2923.01(A)(1), a felony of the 3rd degree;
7. Bribery, Ohio Revised Code 3599.01(A)(2); a felony of the 4th degree;
8. Interfering with civil rights, Ohio Revised Code 2921.45(A), a misdemeanor of the 1st degree;
9. Coercion, Ohio Revised Code 2905.12(A)(5), a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree; and
10. Patient abuse or neglect, Ohio Revised Code 2903.34(A)(3), a misdemeanor of the 2nd degree.
Per Ohio Revised Code 2935.10(A) and supporting case law, the court “…shall forthwith issue a warrant for the arrest of the person charged in the affidavit…” or “…shall forthwith refer the matter to the prosecuting attorney…”
Upon closer examination of 2935.10(A), and because “it charges the commission of a felony,” it is clear that, “unless [the court] has reason to believe that [the Private Citizen Affidavit] was not filed in good faith, or the claim is not meritorious, [the court] shall forthwith issue a warrant for the arrest of the person charged in the affidavit…”
Per case law, the words “good faith” and “meritorious” simply means “probable cause.” Also, per case law, “Probable cause is generally defined as a reasonable ground for suspicion supported by facts and circumstances sufficiently strong to warrant a prudent person to believe that an accused person has committed an offense.”
Therefore, because felony charges are included and because probable cause is abundantly clear and self-evident, the court is required to issue a warrant for the immediate arrest of Governor Mike DeWine.
The arguments for probable cause include but are not limited to the following:
1. Engaging in pattern of corrupt activity, ORC 2923.32(A)(1): Per Ohio Revised Code 2923.31(E), a “pattern of corrupt activity” means “two or more incidents of corrupt activity”;
And 2923.31(I)(2) “Conduct constituting any of the following:”
(a) “A violation of …2909.23 and 2909.24…” as explained below.
2. Complicity, ORC 2923.03(A)(1): (A) No person, acting with the kind of culpability required for the commission of an offense, shall do any of the following:
(1) Solicit or procure another to commit the offense;
Per the above statutes, Governor DeWine has “solicited and procured” to commit the offense of “engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity,” et al, by conspiring with his cabinet-level officials such as the Department of Health and the Department of Commerce, Division of Liquor Control as well as the Ohio Secretary of State and hospital administrators, et al, to promote fear, threaten business licenses, shutter businesses, and illegally cancel an election, etc.
3. Terrorism, ORC 2909.24(A)(1): (A) No person shall commit a specified offense with purpose to do any of the following: (1) Intimidate or coerce a civilian population.
Governor DeWine has “intimidated or coerced a civilian population” by promoting fear in multiple ways including but not limited to required social distancing, emphasizing the reporting of irrelevant cumulative Covid cases, color-coded metrics emphasizing “red” areas, and the mandate to wear face coverings, meaning the freedom to worship, freedom to shop, the availability of sports, and the reopening of in-person instruction, etc.
4. Making terroristic threat, ORC 2909.23(A)(1)(a). (A) No person shall threaten to commit or threaten to cause to be committed a specified offense when both of the following apply: (1) The person makes the threat with purpose to do any of the following: (a) Intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (2) As a result of the threat, the person causes a reasonable expectation or fear of the imminent commission of the specified offense.
Governor DeWine repeatedly, recklessly, and flagrantly, threatened, “intimidated and coerced a civilian population,” Ohio’s citizens, businesses, healthcare facilities, churches, schools, and operators of voting locations, et al, with “a reasonable expectation or fear of the imminent commission” under threat of credible criminal prosecution of a second-degree misdemeanor carrying a ninety-day jail sentence and/or a fine of $750.
5. Inducing panic, ORC 2917.31(A)(3). (A) No person shall cause the evacuation of any public place, or otherwise cause serious public inconvenience or alarm, by doing any of the following: (3) Committing any offense, with reckless disregard of the likelihood that its commission will cause serious public inconvenience or alarm.
Governor DeWine caused “serious public inconvenience or alarm” when he illegally cancelled the March 17, 2020 primary election, reported outlandish Covid numbers, mandated face coverings, shut down healthcare facilities to nonessential procedures, and shut down or placed onerous restrictions upon retail establishments, bars, restaurants, etc.
6. Conspiracy, ORC 2923.01(A)(1). (A) No person, with purpose to commit or to promote or facilitate… engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity… (1) With another person or persons, plan or aid in planning the commission of any of the specified offenses.
Governor DeWine conspired to “engage in a pattern of corrupt activity.”
7. Bribery, ORC 3599.01(A)(2). (A) No person shall before, during, or after any primary, convention, or election: (2) Attempt by intimidation, coercion, or other unlawful means to induce such delegate or elector to register or refrain from registering or to vote or refrain from voting at a primary, convention, or election for a particular person, question, or issue.
Governor DeWine “intimidated, coerced, or by other unlawful means induced electors [voters] to refrain from voting at a primary election.”
8. Interfering with civil rights, Ohio Revised Code 2921.45(A). (A) No public servant, under color of his office, employment, or authority, shall knowingly deprive, or conspire or attempt to deprive any person of a constitutional or statutory right.
Governor DeWine recklessly and repeatedly violated civil liberties, “constitutional, and statutory rights” by closing healthcare facilities for nonessential procedures in violation of Article I, section 21 (B) and (C) of the Ohio Constitution to obtain healthcare, closing voting locations (tantamount to cancelling the election) in violation of ORC 3501.01(E)(2) as mandated by Article I, Section 4 of the United States Constitution and Article II, Section 27 of the Ohio Constitution and unlawfully placing nearly 12 million Ohioans (effectively) under house arrest and to wear facial coverings, subject to government-approved exceptions, thereby violating millions of Ohioans’ legal freedoms of association and civil liberties and due process rights under threat of credible criminal prosecution of a second-degree misdemeanor carrying a ninety-day jail sentence and/or a fine of $750.
9. Coercion, ORC 2905.12(A)(5). (A) No person, with purpose to coerce another into taking or refraining from action concerning which the other person has a legal freedom of choice, shall do any of the following: (5) Take, withhold, or threaten to take or withhold official action, or cause or threaten to cause official action to be taken or withheld.
Governor DeWine illegally, callously, and deliberately, in collusion with others, ordered the closing of healthcare facilities to nonessential procedures, voting locations, bars, et, al and threatened to revoke liquor and other business licenses and under the additional threat of credible criminal prosecution of a second-degree misdemeanor carrying a ninety-day jail sentence and/or a fine of $750.
10. Patient abuse or neglect, ORC 2903.34(A)(3). (A) No person who owns, operates, or administers, or who is an agent or employee of, a care facility shall do any of the following: (3) Commit neglect against a resident or patient of the facility.
Governor DeWine promoted fear and demonstrated callous disregard for health and happiness by requiring “neglect against residents or patients of care facilities” by requiring the withholding of the physical love, comfort, and emotional support of family members constituting cruel and unusual punishment.
If the court finds probable cause for at least one of the above felony charges, ORC 2935.10(A) requires that a warrant for Governor DeWine’s arrest must be issued. It is not discretionary. Being as the basic facts surrounding the above charges are not in dispute, probable cause is self-evident; hence, the arrest of Governor DeWine for criminal charges is imminent.
“I never wanted to go down the road of impeachment and certainly never considered criminal charges against Governor DeWine,” Becker said. “The governor simply isn’t getting the message that the people’s liberties need to be respected and a governor has no right to assume imperial and dictatorial powers without regard to any alleged emergency,” Becker continued.
Representative Becker went on to say, “Without criminal charges, many of my colleagues have been reluctant to co-sponsor the articles of impeachment. Therefore, I filed this Private Citizen Affidavit for their benefit and for the benefit of the growing number of Ohioans who have been chanting, ‘LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP!’”
The articles of impeachment are still open for additional co-sponsors and can be found at ImpeachDeWine.com.
Becker added, “When Governor DeWine is arrested, I sincerely hope that he is wearing a mask and doesn’t get tasered before being dragged off to jail like the Marietta football mom in Logan. I don’t want him victimized as his policies have victimized others.”
Representative Becker emphasized that he is taking this action, as a private citizen, to serve as an example for every Ohioan to do the same thing in their respective county. “Although an attorney is not necessary for an Ohioan to file a Private Citizen Affidavit in their local municipal, county, or area court, I chose to engage legal counsel to provide a template that the public could use anywhere in Ohio,” Becker said.
The Private Citizen Affidavit can be found at ImpeachDeWine.com. Becker explained that, “Anybody can download it, change the name, address, and court information to their own and get it notarized before filing with their local Clerk of Court’s office. They can also feel free to change anything in the Affidavit at their own discretion.”
Becker concluded with the following statement: “My sincere wish is for Governor DeWine to resign immediately, enjoy a long, healthy, and happy retirement in Cedarville, and allow the people of Ohio to restore their freedoms and their lives.”
Becker Bills in the Ohio House of Representatives
HR 55 – Build the Wall. This resolution urging congress to fund a physical barrier across the southern border has been assigned to the Transportation Committee and has had one hearing.
HB 39 – Replica Vehicles. John Patterson asked me to do this bipartisan bill with him. It creates a special category for these unique vehicles. It is in the Transportation Committee.
HB 153 – Working Officials Requirements Key (WORK) Act. This bill requires county elected officials to show up at their office at least five times every 30 days. It is in the State and Local Government Committee and has had two hearings.
HB 176 – Convention and Visitors’ Bureaus. This is a bill I’m doing with Tom Brinkman. It requires open records.
HB 182 – Abortion Insurance Coverage. The bill stops insurance companies from paying for abortions. It does not apply to self-insured private companies nor does it prevent any company from directly contracting with an abortionist. It has been assigned to the Insurance Committee and has had its first hearing.
HB 219 – Sunday Alcohol, Liquor, and Especially Spirits Act (SALES). I’m doing this bill with Representative Jim Hoops. In short, HB 219 removes the Sunday option. All businesses currently allowed to sell alcohol during the week will also be allowed Sunday sales. Voters retain the option to vote their precinct dry. It has been incorporated into HB 674 and requires no further action.
HB 389 – Allows nonprofit organizations to give away alcohol for fundraising purposes. John Rogers reached out to me to do this bipartisan bill. It simply legalizes the common practice of churches raffling off booze at fundraisers.
HB 505 – Restores local control for zoning authority of halfway houses. This is a bipartisan bill. Representative Crossman asked to be part of it.
HB 538 – Human Life Protection Act – Upon the reversal of Roe v. Wade, Ohio becomes a pro-life state.
HB 618 – Need Ohio Working – (NOW) – This bill reopens Ohio for business and prevents the abuse of power from happening again. It has been assigned to the State and Local Government committee.
HB 674 – Revises alcohol laws. Brett Hillyer and I teamed up to get this passed. The bill incorporates HB 219 (SALES) and other reforms. It passed the Ohio House and was referred to the Senate Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources, chaired by Sen. Frank Hoagland.
HB 753 – Creates a new negligent assault offense. This bill is named “Parker’s Law” and is for a little boy that was injured by an adult.
BeckerGOP YouTube Channel
August 24, 2020 – Introduction of the 10 Articles of Impeachment against Governor Mike DeWine (33 minutes)
August 27, 2020 – Update on impeachment (16 minutes)
August 29, 2020 – State Representative, John Becker speaking at the Unifying Ohio for Liberty rally (22 minutes)
August 31, 2020 The Becker Report – August 2020 (15 minutes)
September 6, 2020 – Impeach DeWine Update (3 minutes)
September 13, 2020 – Impeachment Update, with potential criminal charges, against Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (19 minutes)
September 20, 2020 – Impeachment Update – Is Gov. DeWine Pro-Life? Is HB 272 “feel good” legislation? (12 minutes)
September 28, 2020 – Private Citizen Affidavit (2 minutes)
September 30, 2020 – The September issue of The Becker Report (3 minutes)
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Note that all dates, times, and locations are subject to change.
October 5, 2020
Union Township Republican GOP meeting at Norlyn Manor at 7 PM.
October 21, 2020
Clermont County GOP meeting at Norlyn Manor at 7 PM.
Becker – Vetted, Tested, and Proven!
“Clermont County State Rep. John Becker, one of the most conservative members of the Ohio House…” according to Cleveland.com (August 2019).
Becker wins “Sponsor of Liberty” award by the Republican Liberty Caucus of Ohio (October 2018).
“Becker has a legitimate claim as the state’s most conservative legislator,” according to The [Cleveland] Plain Dealer (September 2017).
“Rep. John Becker, suburban Cincinnati Republican… [holds] the unofficial title as the General Assembly’s most conservative lawmaker,” proclaimed the Columbus Dispatch (September 2015).
Becker wins prestigious William Wilberforce Leadership Award (April 2015). “GOP Ohio House freshman Becker is no shrinking violet,” headlined the Columbus Dispatch (December 2014).
“Becker…is arguably the most conservative member of the Ohio House,” said The Cincinnati Enquirer (January 2014).
Ranked as a top tier “most archconservative” by the Columbus Dispatch (September 2013).
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