Christopher has made the decision to attend the upcoming trial to be held on April 23, 24, 25, and 26 2019, in the United States, the State of Idaho, in the case of Nemelka vs. Dschaak.
It was Christopher’s decision, alone, to make.
Upon attending the trial, Christopher understands that he is allowing himself to be controlled, sanctioned, and jailed by Judge Robert C. Naftz. Although the matter before the Court is a civil case, Judge Naftz has not kept it a secret that he holds Christopher in contempt, nor has the judge denied his personal prejudice towards Christopher after Judge Naftz implied on the court record that he has treated Christopher with prejudice.
We counseled Christopher to avoid the trial and allow a default judgment in this matter. We counseled that allowing the Court to rule and granting Mr. Dschaak a judgment would constitute a civil judgment where no jail time is usually given.
However, since Christopher refused to respond to the judge’s inquiries and failed to comply with the judge’s orders during pretrial motions and hearings, the judge has already ruled that Christopher was found in contempt and levied sanctions against him. As of yet, there has been no imposition of jail time by the judge for contempt. However, we know that Judge Naftz has the power to put Christopher in jail on a trumped up contempt charge if the judge so chooses.
As it is our desire to protect our Messenger and allow him to continue our work, we gave the above counsel to allow a default judgment to end the case.
We were under the impression that the judge was going to strike the scheduled upcoming trial because of Christopher’s lack of prosecution and participation in the remaining pretrial motions and hearings leading up to the trial.
A series of ex parte hearings were held in this case. (An ex parte hearing is when only one side is present in court.) An ex parte hearing was held for a summary judgment to dismiss Christopher’s case against Mr. Dschaak. Christopher did not attend this hearing and a summary judgment was granted, dismissing his complaint of defamation.
During one of the ex parte hearings, Mr. Dschaak asked the Court for other relief that was not listed in his original counterclaim against Christopher for fraud and racketeering. The judge did not grant any additional relief, citing that the relief was not asked for in the original counterclaim. Then Mr. Dschaak filed an Amended Counterclaim in which he asked for the additional relief against Christopher as well as a summary judgment on this amended claim.
We were under the impression that the judge would summarily grant Mr. Dschaak, not only leave of the Court’s previous order (that you must obtain leave to amend a complaint during a certain number of days before trial) to allow the new amended claim, but a summary judgment on Mr. Dschaak’s counterclaim.
Surprisingly, according to the limited information before us, the judge did not rule with a summary judgment granting Mr. Dschaak’s claim of fraud and racketeering, nor did Judge Naftz strike the trial set for the matter.
Christopher had no intention on giving any more attention or energy to the case. He listened to our counsel to allow a default judgment in the case and then file for bankruptcy protection. This would have been the end of the case as far as our work is concerned.
Incredulously, Mr. Dschaak contacted a few of our friends and supporters, inquiring of Christopher’s contact information so that he could offer Christopher a settlement in the case.
Here is a copy of Mr. Dschaak’s actual email correspondence:
The information was passed on to us and we forwarded it to Christopher.
Christopher was as surprised as we were that the Court had not already issued its final default judgment and order. Christopher found out that the scheduled trial was still on the court’s calendar and had not yet been stricken. Christopher immediately sent the following email to the judge, to his clerk, and to Mr. Dschaak’s counsel:
Christopher did this without consulting us.
When we were apprised of the situation, we again counseled Christopher that we could not protect him if he chose to travel back to the United States and to Idaho for trial. We reiterated our interest in his well-being and protection, but allowed him to make the final decision.
Christopher wanted to attend the trial when it was first scheduled in January of 2019. He asked our opinion then and we counseled him to let the matter be relieved by default. Christopher asked if we held the same opinion now. We responded that we hold to the same opinion and counsel.
We were then witness to our True Messenger’s incredible integrity and courage. His life does not matter to him. His freedom does not matter to him. The Real Truth matters to him.
As he has touched upon in some of his previous writings, Christopher has given an example of how he would defend against the allegations of fraud and racketeering. Christopher hypothetically presented a defense supported by religious freedom and the belief that the Book of Mormon is the word of God; and that a United States court is bound to protect this freedom of belief.
Our True Messenger will have his day in court unless the judge strikes the trial.
At trial, Christopher will attempt to prove, according to the laws of the United States Constitution, as well as the State of Idaho Constitution, not only that he did not defraud Mr. Dschaak or participate in racketeering, but that the Book of Mormon is the word of God, more so than the Bible; that we are truly God’s servants upon Earth; and that this Marvelous Work and a Wonder® is what it claims to be: the only true work of the Father upon Earth.
We have full confidence in our True Messenger. Christopher is the only person upon this earth who has the knowledge and intelligence necessary to legally prove the claims of our work.
We have Mr. Dschaak and the devil to thank for this opportunity—whereas “the devil” is the ego of man as we have explained.
If Mr. Dschaak had not contacted our friends and supporters in an effort to enter into settlement negotiations, Christopher would not have known of the opportunity to consider a further choice of action in this case.
We have known of Mr. Dshcaak since Christopher first informed us of his first meeting with Mr. Dschaak. We have known of Mr. Dschaak’s ego (Lucifer) that is directly responsible for his mortal penchants and proclivities in fighting the Real Truth. We have known this based on Mr. Dschaak’s previous mortal incarnate experiences.
We counseled Christopher at the time of his first meeting with Mr. Dschaak to allow Mr. Dschaak the opportunity to demonstrate our knowledge of him. Christopher allowed Mr. Dschaak plenty of opportunity to prove his true nature. Those who have followed this work throughout the years, especially those present when Christopher first met Mr. Dschaak in San Diego, California (2005), recognize that Christopher knew of Mr. Dschaak’s heart and soul from the beginning.
With God (Mr. Dschaak’s True God) guiding the course of his involvement in our work, Mr. Dschaak is providing us with a profound and unprecedented chance to have legally recorded documentation of the words of a True Messenger in a court of the laws of this earth. We will have recorded documentation of a True Messenger’s ability to confront his enemies and confound them.
When Mr. Dschaak made an attempt in 2012 to confront Christopher in public, it was Christopher’s compassion and sincere love for Mr. Dschaak (who shook and trembled before our Messenger, as was portended by Christopher) that caused Christopher to not confront Mr. Dschaak at that time. We can report here that Christopher has lost most of his previous compassion and love for Mr. Dschaak. At trial, Christopher will confront Mr. Dschaak with the full “sharp two-edged sword coming out of his mouth” that makes our work and the Real Truth so significant.
As explained, once Christopher enters again into Judge Naftz’ courtroom, we cannot protect him from Judge Naftz’ prejudice and wrath. But for the first time in the history of this world, a True Messenger will have words of Real Truth placed “on the record” for the world to see. For this opportunity, we can only thank the personal courage, strength, and integrity of our True Messenger, and Lucifer himself.
In the story of the Book of Mormon, we described such integrity and courage in the character of Abinadi.
Consider the symbolic parallels:
The people: Harry Dschaak (Echthros)
King Noah: Judge Robert C. Naftz
High Priest: Norman J. Reece
Now it came to pass that when Christopher had spoken these words unto Echthros he was wroth with Christopher, and sought to take away his life; but the Lord delivered him out of Echthros’ hands.
Now when Judge Naftz had heard of the words which Christopher had spoken unto Echthros, he was also wroth; and he said: Who is Christopher, that I and Echthros should be judged of him?
And it came to pass that Echthros was angry with Christopher; and he took him before Judge Naftz, and said unto the judge: Behold, I have brought a man before thee who has prophesied evil concerning thee and me.
And now, O Judge, what great evil hast thou done, or what great sins have I committed, that we should be condemned of God or judged of this man?
And now, O Judge, behold, we are guiltless, and thou, O Judge, hast not sinned; therefore, this man has lied concerning you and me, and he has prophesied in vain.
Behold, here is the man, I deliver him into thy hands; thou mayest do with him as seemeth thee good.
And it came to pass that Judge Naftz caused that a hearing be held with Norman J. Reece, attorney at law, so that they could determine what they should do with Christopher.
And it came to pass that Reece said unto the Judge: Bring him hither that we may question him; and the judge commanded that Christopher should be brought before them to trial.
And they began to question Christopher, that they might cross him, that thereby they might have wherewith to accuse him; but Christopher answered them boldly, and withstood all their questions, yea, to their astonishment; for he did withstand them in all their questions, and did confound them in all their words.
And it came to pass that Christopher said unto them: What is it that I have done to Echthros except give information unto him that condemns him? What are these allegations of fraud and racketeering of which I stand accused? What is this justice in thy court? Consider the lies presented to you on behalf of Echthros by Reece. Your pretrial rulings are filled with prejudice and hate, having no just cause and backed by no evidence or witnesses before you.
And now when the Judge Naftz had heard these words, he said unto Reece and his deputies: Away with this fellow, and jail him; for what have we to do with him, for he is mad.
But Christopher withstood them and spake with power and authority from God; and he continued his words, saying:
I must fulfill the commandments wherewith God has commanded me; and because I have told you the truth ye are angry with me. And again, because I have spoken the word of God ye have judged me that I am mad.
Ye see that ye have not power to silence me, therefore I finish my message. Yea, and I perceive that it cuts you to your hearts because I tell you the truth concerning your iniquities.
Yea, and my words fill you with wonder and amazement, and with anger.
But I finish my message; and then it matters not whither I go, if it so be that I finish the work which God has commanded of me.
But this much I tell you, what you do with me, after this, shall be as a type and a shadow of things which are to come. (Compare BOM, Mosiah chapters 11-13.)
(End of paralleled relation to Book of Mormon story.)
We wrote the above story as it pertains to the response that the world usually has, and has had, to a True Messenger. We did not require that Christopher put himself in this position. In fact, we counseled him against it. Notwithstanding our counsel, Christopher has listened to his God and is filled with God’s Holy Spirit. In other words, Christopher has listened to his True Self and is filled with the emotional effects and motivation of this communication within him.
May the True Christ and Lord, the Christ that is one with the True God, protect Christopher and support him as he fulfills his role and does what no other True Messenger has done before him: record his words on the legal record in a court of the laws of men.
Thank you Christopher.