This Documentary chronicles the events that pertain to the Federal Lawsuit - hewett v city of king - as well as how American Legion Post 290 fabricated and made false statements to became part of that lawsuit.The assault on Election Day November 8th, 2016 involving American Legion Post 290 Honor Guard member Ronald Shouse and the actions taken by the Post 290 membership against Mr. Hewett resulting from the election day attack. The so-called investigation by now Commander Cliff Kilby into the assault, his findings and the untruthful comments he made at the state appeal hearing. Jimmie Rosamond’s statement(s) that Post 290 used to bring false expulsion charges against Mr. Hewett as well as Kilby’s affidavit supporting these false charges. The North Carolina American Legion Appeal hearing and the untruthful statements American Legion Post 290 Commander Cliff Kilby made during this hearing. The actions American Legion Post 290 Commander Kilby did in an attempt to keep the polling station at the American Legion and to keep Mr. Hewett off post property during elections.The Stokes County Board of Election hearings where the appointed Republicans on the Board tried to keep the elections at the Post in violation of North Carolina State Law and Kilby’s fabricated story about Mr. Hewett when he addressed the Board.Candidate Cliff Kilby in his run the 2018 Forsyth Co Sheriff’s race and the appalling actions he took against Mr. Hewett for opposing his run for Sheriff.The evidence against will consist of North Carolina Stokes Co. District Court Documents, The Federal United States District Court Middle District of North Carolina Documents, audio and/or video of the American Legion Appeal Hearing as well as the Stokes Co. Board of Election Hearings and documents/video/audio from the actions Mr. Kilby took against Mr. Hewett in Forsyth Co during Mr. Kilby’s run for Sheriff.If you have any comments or questions concerning the authenticity of the documents or video and you feel that what is stated is incorrect please contact us to discuss it.All opinions and views are protected speech under the United States and North Carolina Constitutions.U.S. Constitution – 1st Amendment Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.North Carolina State Constitution, Article I, Declaration Of RightsSec. 13. Religious liberty.All persons have a natural and inalienable right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own consciences, and no human authority shall, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience.Sec. 14. Freedom of speech and press.Freedom of speech and of the press are two of the great bulwarks of liberty and therefore shall never be restrained, but every person shall be held responsible for their abuse.