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July 7, 2011

Freedom of Speech

Freedom of Speech died in Minnesota today after a four year courtroom battle with corporate cancer. Judge Marilyn Brown Rosenbaum, 4th District Hennepin Court pronounced Freedom of Speech dead even as she delivered her newborn adopted baby, affectionately named "CENSORSHIP". While a few citizens will deeply mourn the death of their First Amendment Right, services have been canceled due to a general lack of interest. Freedom of Speech is survived by Psychotherapist Peter Freeman, as well as its second cousin, The Right to Remain Silent. Freedom of Speech was preceded in death by first cousin - The Right to a Jury Trial who died last December.


December 29, 2010

The Right to a Jury Trial

The Constitutional Right to a Jury Trial died today when Hennepin 4th District Court Judge Marilyn Brown Rosenbaum denied Hannabelle's Right to be judged by a jury of her peers rather than by the judge who had repeatedly demonstrated unfairness and prejudice towards the Defense's case. The Right to a Jury Trial is survived by it's first cousin - The Right to Freedom of Speech.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Larry Milton

   Onamia mayor Larry Milton is dead.




February 9, 2001

Tanner Wilson was killed by a NEXUS staff member, while in a prone restraint hold on February 9, 2001 at Gerard of Iowa in Mason City, an institution for children with behavior problems owned by NEXUS. An autopsy determined that Tanner was suffocated to death. He was 11 years old. Tanner's death was ruled a homicide. NEXUS, a multi-million dollar corporation, sold Gerard of Iowa, but maintains several other facilities in Minnesota and Illinois, including Mille Lacs Academy in Onamia.


Note: Nexus is showing it's true colors by suing Hannabelle

over this obituary and the video.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

U.S.A. Democracy (1776-2007)

U.S.A. "Lady Liberty" Democracy died on Tuesday, October 16 in Onamia, Minnesota after a long battle with political corruption, public apathy, and simple complacency. She died of a broken heart. She was 231 years old. She is survived by Fascism, an adopted bastard son. A Public Hearing is set for November 1, 5 p.m. at the Onamia City Hall. There will be no public viewing of Ms. Democracy however. No trace of her at all in fact. read more



Wednesday, November 14, 2007


Due Process (medieval times - 2007)

Due Process was gang-raped and then killed at a staged "Public Hearing" at the Onamia City Hall. Leading the assault were Mayor Larry E. Milton, councilmen Bill Hill Jr., Bob Mickus, Mark Loch, and Jerome Kryzer, clerk Kathleen McCullum, zoning guy Mickey Carter, (see Hannabelle's Hall of Shame ) and representatives of the Deviant-Sex-R-Us Corporation. Angry Americans have issued an all-points bulletin to be on the lookout for this notorious gang of Fascists who have a long history of offensively disregarding the United States Constitution, the Minnesota Constitution, the Bill of Rights, as well as tarnishing the memory of Common Sense, who passed away months ago. Further atrocities are expected to be committed at another fake "Public Hearing" on zoning, scheduled for Wednesday, December 19 at 2:30 p.m.



Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Pledge of Allegiance (1892-2007)

The Pledge of Allegiance died today after being executed by the Mille Lacs County Board of Commissioners. Hypocrites Frank Courteau, Jack Edmonds, Phil Peterson, and Dave Tellinghuisen rose from their chairs, placed their hands where their hearts should have been, eyes fixated on Old Glory as they pledged allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands one nation under God, indivisible with Liberty and Justice for all. They gave the Republic for which it stands only one minute before setting a precedence by removing Liberty and Justice for all. Having brutally murdered the Pledge of Allegiance, as well as their own Pledge to Citizens, they celebrated the birth of their new pledge - by denying due process to citizens and granting tax abatement to a questionable corporation.


I pledge allegiance to the cause of Mille Lacs Academy of Nexus and to the deviants for which it stands, one fortune under D'Angelo, divided into shares, with Oppression and Injustice for The People.



Lenin Leaf

Lenin Leaf, 71-year-old resident of Onamia, Minn., passed away on Thursday, July 17, 2008, at the Mille Lacs Health System in Onamia. He is survived by his wife Gloria, children and grandchildren.





Wendy Crawford-Seagren

Wendy Crawford-Seagren, 55, of Onamia, passed away Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008 at the Mille Lacs Long Term Care Center in Onamia. Funeral services were held on Thursday, Sept. 25.Wendy Crawford-Seagren, 55, of Onamia, passed away Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008 at the Mille Lacs Long Term Care Center in Onamia. Funeral services were held on Thursday, Sept. 25, at Living Water Assembly of God near Wahkon, with Pastor Joe Boeringa officiating. Arrangements are with the Shelley Funeral Chapel in Onamia.

Wendy is survived by her partner John Seagren of Onamia, daughters Juanita (Cory) Thompson of Otsego, Anita (Shaun) Sieben of Otsego; daughter-in-law Pam Daiker of Elk River; step-children Jeremy (Angela) Seagren of Wisconsin, Toni (Curt) Gall of Royalton; brother Richard (Marilyn) Petrin of Onamia; and 11 grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her parents Tony and Virgil Petrin; step-father Donald Anderson; and sons Mike and Tracy.

Wendy was born on Feb. 28, 1953, in Milaca to Tony and Virgil (Coval) Petrin. She married Michael Daiker and the couple had four loving children. The couple later divorced. Wendy enjoyed traveling especially to North and South Dakota. Some of her fondest memories were of working and staying at Shore Acres Resort on Mille Lacs Lake. Wendy would often take all the grandchildren to various beaches around the lake to swim and play. She enjoyed going to garage sales, caring for Misty Dawn, her long-haired Chihuahua and being with family and the love of her life, John.





Ginny Traver Konze

Virginia “Ginny” Konze, 71, of Onamia, passed away at her home on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014, 6 months after being diagnosed with neuroblastoma cancer.

At Ginny’s request, no service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in her honor to any animal humane society or Mille Lacs Health System Home Care/Hospice.

Ginny is survived by her husband of 51 years, Bill Konze of Onamia; daughters Pam Konze of Onamia and Paula (Bob) Langheim of Lawrenceburg, Ky.; a sister Phyllis (Jim) Biniek of Onamia; niece, nephew and cousins.

Born June 29, 1943, in Detroit Lakes, Ginny was the eldest daughter of the late Dwight U. Traver and Leone A. (Weiss) Traver. At the age of seven, her family moved to Onamia where she attended Onamia Public School and graduated in 1961. On October 20, 1962, Ginny was united in marriage to William A. (Bill) Konze at Bethany Lutheran Church in Onamia. She was employed as a teacher’s secretary for 35 years at Onamia High School.

Ginny will always be remembered for her love of animals, especially horses, cats and dogs of which she had many throughout her lifetime, her beautiful flower gardens, love of collecting antiques with husband Bill, and enjoyment of watching reruns of “I Love Lucy”.







Tell it to the Judge


...only false and defamatory statements of fact are actionable; there is no such thing as a false idea.  Expressions of opinion, rhetoric, and figurative language are generally not actionable if, in context, the audience would understand the statement is not a representation of fact.” 


Jadwin v. Minneapolis Star & Tribune Co., 390 N.W.2d 437, 440 (Minn. Ct. App. 1986) (“Jadwin II”); citing Gertz, 418 U.S. at 346-47, 94 S.Ct. at 3010.


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Tell it to the Judge

“Speech that is properly categorized as parody, loosely figurative, or rhetorical is also constitutionally protected to ensure that public debate will not suffer for lack of imaginative expression and because this type of speech cannot be reasonably interpreted as stating actual facts.”

  Marchant Inv. & Mgmt. Co., Inc. v. St. Anthony W. Neighborhood Org., Inc., 694 N.W.2d 92, 96 (Minn. Ct. App. 2005)



Why do they call it a "court hearing" when the judge refuses to listen?

Well dear, then they would have to call it a "court listening", wouldn't they... And that would require trying to find a judge who actually did.

Maybe it would be more honest to call it a "court I'm not listening" then.

Or a "court I'm not listening because I've already made up my mind" event.


Actually, it's not funny...






























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