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JAG Convicts Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows for Treason

The U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps convicted and sentenced to death Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows on Wednesday for intentionally misconstruing Section 3 of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution to stop President Trump’s name from appearing on the state’s primary ballot last December.

As reported last month, JAG investigators apprehended the villainous woman as she was walking the banks of the Kennebec River near her home in Augusta, Maine. As is common among Deep State personalities, Bellows decried the “malicious arrest” and threatened to “sue JAG” unless they released her immediately, an empty threat that bemused investigators at JAG’s Pensacola processing center.

“I want to go home,” she told interrogators.

A day later, she received complimentary airfare to the last home she would ever know—GITMO’s notorious Camp Delta detainment center, where she spent a month in solitary confinement prior to her May 15 tribunal.

The trial started turbulently when her court-appointed attorney requested a mistrial based on “spurious evidence” and permission to confer privately with the three panelists JAG had empowered to decide Bellows’ destiny. Vice Admiral Darse E. Crandall denied both motions, saying a mistrial was unwarranted and that a confidential gossip session would violate decorum.

“Forgive me, Admiral, I was asking at my client’s request,” the defense lawyer said.

Meanwhile, a handcuffed Bellows sighed in frustration.

In his oration, the Admiral said Bellows’ unilateral decision to ban President Trump from the state’s primary—even though she later reversed her ruling—was an act of treason because the president had neither instigated an insurrection nor had any court of law charged him with such a crime. Her flagrant liberal radicalism, coupled with raging hatred for Trump, prompted her to willingly abuse her judicial authority, Admiral Crandall argued.

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On December 3, 2023, he went on, Bellows wrote in an email to Jill Biden that as secretary of state, she had a moral impetus to “save Maine from Trump” by “making sure no Maine resident votes for him.”

Bellows’ attorney sprang to his feet and objected. “With respect, Admiral, I haven’t heard about this evidence until this very second—it’s inappropriate. No emails are in our discovery file. I move to suppress.”

“It’s new evidence that just came to light,” the Admiral said. “And in it, your client, detainee Bellows, admits she had no legal basis for striking President Trump’s name from the ballot. She wrote it was her “moral obligation.”

“Where is this email?” the defense attorney demanded.

The Admiral displayed an image of it on a flatscreen television and handed out copies to opposing counsel and the panelists.

“I detest everything Trump stands for, Jill, and I’ll ensure no one can vote for him in the primary and general elections. I won’t be a party to his brand of democracy. If he did or didn’t incite insurrection, he’s a horrible person. You can tell Joe I’ll do my part,” the email said.

“Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command verified the email originated from detainee Bellows’ government address,” the Admiral told the panel.

“I’d like a recess to talk to my client,” the defense said.

“There’ll be no recess,” the Admiral said.

“Admiral, I must protest:  Someone else could have accessed my client’s email account illicitly and wrote that to frame her,” the defense said.

At last Bellows spoke. “It’s mine. I sent it. I was upset and angry. But that doesn’t change the fact that my initial rule was based on my interpretation of the disqualification clause and not whimsy. That’s all I’ll say.”

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“I think you’ve said plenty, detainee Bellows,” the Admiral said. “Your words speak volumes.”

He then asked the panel to reach a verdict based only on the email and Bellows’ terse statement.

“Wait a second,” Bellows interjected. “I need at least several weeks to mount a plausible defense to your specious charges.”

“Here at GITMO, detainee Bellows, we believe in speedy trials, and we’ve yet to have an innocent person enter this courtroom.”

The panel declared Bellows guilty of treason and endorsed capital punishment, which the Admiral scheduled for May 23.

As an aside, JAG’s case against the four Colorado SCJs is scheduled for May 24.

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