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No justification for Allegan deputy doing 90 mph in fatal crash

Thomas Goggins, 42, was allegedly driving more than 90 mph without lights or siren before he slammed into a SUV, killing a 74-year-old great grandmother.

Allegan County Prosecutor Myrene Koch on Sept. 29 charged former deputy Goggins with misdemeanor moving violation causing death in the June accident.


By Katherine Henry|2022-10-05T12:59:19-04:00October 5, 2022|Categories: Court Documents, Legal Updates|Tags: Allegan|0 Comments

Lessons Learned From the Allegan County Case – Biblical Insight S1E28

James 1:25 tells us “But the one who looks into the perfect law, the law of liberty, and perseveres, being no hearer who forgets but a doer who acts, he will be blessed in his doing.” So, keep in mind all the things we are trying to teach you each week, especially the lessons that come out of the Allegan County Election Day case, and use those to continue your own fight for freedom. Don’t forget that information, but use it to be most effective in the freedom-fighting actions you do. (See Resources from Allegan County case doc: and Allegan case links:

By Lori DeVries|2022-09-26T14:05:15-04:00July 17, 2022|Categories: Biblical Insight|Tags: 1st Am, Allegan, Individual Liberty, law, ordinance, Resolution, Resources|0 Comments

Freedom Fighting Tools & Allegan Case Update – Week 21

As mentioned in our post regarding the Constitution Segment Recap, here is the PDF of all of the Motions & Briefs Katherine submitted Thursday, May 26th, to Allegan County 57th District Court:
We would like to STRONGLY encourage you to take a few minutes to read the 1st link – “Notice of Hearing, Motion for Immediate Consideration, Proof of Service”. It gives the highlights of all the things that have been happening and what we are asking the court to do now. For more information on this case, and for more resources to fight your own situation, please continue reading the other documents submitted. We are also asking for prayers that the judge finally does the right thing in this case and dismisses both charges WITH prejudice (meaning charges cannot be resubmitted).

Do No Injustice in Court – Biblical Insight S1E21

The trial judge in Katherine’s case ruled that she has NO right to make any legal challenges to the case brought against her – meaning it’s ok for the Prosecutor to charge her with something that is NOT a crime!
So this week, we talked about Motions to Dismiss a court case – and discovered the law says ALL accused DO have the right to challenge the illegality of cases brought against them.
But the Bible addresses this issue more simply: You shall do no injustice in court. Leviticus 19:15

By Lori DeVries|2022-09-25T12:30:42-04:00May 29, 2022|Categories: Biblical Insight|Tags: Allegan, Brief, Court Rules, Due Process, judge, Motion, Prosecutor|Comments Off on Do No Injustice in Court – Biblical Insight S1E21

Judge Correctly, Judge Fairly – Biblical Insight S1E20

John 7:24 – “Stop judging by mere appearances, but instead judge correctly.” (Substantive due process)

Proverbs 31:9 – “peak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.” (Procedural due process)

By Lori DeVries|2022-09-26T12:59:39-04:00May 22, 2022|Categories: Biblical Insight, Videos|Tags: 14th Am, 5th Am, Allegan, Criminal Procedure, Due Process, Justice, Procedural Due Process, Substantive Due Process, Trial|Comments Off on Judge Correctly, Judge Fairly – Biblical Insight S1E20
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