Barry Co., Mi Sheriff Dar Leaf Complaint For Declaratory, Mandamus and Injunctive Relief and Damages, Including Attorneys' Fees | PDF
Barry County, MI Sheriff Dar Leaf sues MICHIGAN ATTORNEY GENERAL DANA NESSEL, in her official and individual capacity; SECRETARY OF STATE JOCELYN BENSON, in her official and individual capacity; THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE; MICHIGAN STATE POLICE TROOPER BRYAN FULLER, in his official and individual...
BREAKING: Hero Sheriff Sues Lawless MI AG Nessel, Dishonest MI SOS Benson For Interfering, Obstructing and Covering Up Crimes In Election Fraud Investigations, Including Machine Voting, Ballot Harvesting and Trafficking
Hero and American treasure, Barry County Sheriff Dar Leaf and the Barry County Sheriff’s Office is suing MI Attorney General […]
Sheriff Dar Leaf’s lawsuit addresses the lawless and obstructive actions of Attorney General Dana Nessel, who regularly mocks and threatens her political opponents, together with Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, who’s blocked the efforts of citizens and law enforcement to investigate voter fraud and voter irregularities related to the 2020 election.
Benson has also been caught in numerous lies related to the election and like her fellow Democrat activist attorney general, she has mocked and threatened her political opponents while preventing Sheriff Dar to perform his duties and responsibilities as an elected official.
The Barry County Sheriff is also suing MI Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s henchman, Jonathan Brater.
Jonathan Brater is Michigan’s Director of Elections, a member of the executive branch of state government, and an employee of the state. As director of elections, Mr. Brater is “vested with the powers and shall perform the duties of the secretary of state under his or her supervision, with respect to the supervision and administration of the election laws.”
Defendant Brater has no law enforcement or executive authority to encroach upon law enforcement functions of a constitutional sheriff.
From the lawsuit, filed by Detroit Attorney Stefanie Lambert:
This lawsuit represents a flagrant violation of constitutional and statutory law on the part of Defendants, both named and unnamed, who took it upon themselves to bully, harass, intimidate, threaten, and ultimately to unconstitutionally usurp, and/or cause to be usurped and replaced, and/or to invade and encroach upon the powers and duties of Plaintiff as the Constitutional Sheriff of Barry County, in the performance of his constitutional and common-law duties, and in adhering to his oath of office by choosing to honor and uphold state and federal laws by exercising his constitutional and statutory duties to investigate alleged election fraud and crime.