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Judge Braswell Deen

Retired Judge Braswell Deen

Judge Braswell Deen was born in McCray, Georgia. His father was the president of South Methodist College. He was one of three kids. Their family moved to Alma, Georgia. Deen’s father ended up becoming the US Congressman from the 8th Congressional District in Georgia. Deen remembers his father having a furniture store and that he owned the Alma paper. These jobs helped he and his family survive the Depression.He remembers his grandfather showing him around town and from this he learned a lot about poverty. He recalls soup lines that people ate at. Deen’s father helped develop CCC [Annotator’s Note: Civilian Conservation Corps] camps for young people who did not have jobs. The kids had room and board covered and they earned a dollar a day. Deen's first job was selling boiled peanuts for five cents a bag. He also cleaned shoes for awhile and was a page in the US Capitol. He would go to school in the Capitol building from seven in the morning until ten. After that they dressed up in a suit and were available for whatever was needed of them. Deen graduated Bacon County high school in 1942. A lot of his friends were serving in the military. At the time of Pearl Harbor, he was only sixteen. He worked in the New Brunswick shipyard helping to build liberty ships but he wanted to be a pilot. He was told early on he was too tall to be a pilot. He joined the United States Marine Corps and was sent to San Diego for boot camp. He took a troop train to San Diego. He recalls stopping in New Orleans for a couple hours. He recalls the drill instructor telling the Marines that they would be taught how to kill a human being. There was a lot of fear but the camaraderie kept people together. They learned how to shave, wash their own clothes, and manage their money. Deen recalls seeing videos on combat. To him, the most dreadful kind of fighting was done with a bayonet or a knife. He remembers the Biddle system which called for the attacker to go for the hands of his opponent. Deen used that training on Peleliu. He also recalls the ceremony that was done on ship when they crossed the equator for the first time. Their first stop was on New Caledonia.

The Strangest Names In American Political History

Origins Inspections

Mankind's great question and query is, 'Where did we really come from?' I have studied Origins in general and Mega or Macro Evolution in particular, from a Legal and Scientific viewpoint, for the past 50 years. From the Beginning to the End, from the Start to the Finish, from A to Z, from Alpha to Omega and from Australopithecus to Zinjanthropus, it is my conclusion, that this theory presented today to students in public and college biology classrooms as science, is really science fiction, a myth, and only unproven assumptions.

Charles Darwin's has a subtitle to his famous book, which includes "preservation of favoured races." Richard Dawkins book "Blind Watchmaker," appears to seek disallowing students to consider an Intelligent Design of the Creation of the moon & stars and complex life. While no one questions present or past design existence, but, it appears the lone theory taught, Evolution, herds students toward an oxymoron of a Blind Unintelligent Design or Achievement required study, of First Life, that has occurred in the past.

Braswell's Big Bang, Bizarre Biology, of Baboon Barnyard Begets & Beginnings is a myth and has never occurred. Many scientists today agree with Dr. Louis Bounoure, former President of the Biological Society of Strasboure, when he publically observed, "Evolution is a fairy tale for grown-ups." Note my popular website,, encourages academic freedom for students, to study the pro and con scientific evidence, of any theory taught, in all biology classrooms. Note also, my book on Amazon, "Roots and Origins."

My passion on this subject,includes my book, composition of 3 minute lyrics of my song, and movie of "Origins Inspections!"

Hope you enjoy! Braswell D. Deen, Jr.'

Root and Origins

"Only If, We Can All Just Get Along"

Marie And Me, Let It Be

A Legacy To Tell

A Legacy To Tell

WWII Museum

WWII Museum

Dispute Resolution with Prologue

"The wisest men follow their own direction"
- Euripides -