Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

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Re: Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

Postby markie b » Sat May 23, 2009 4:02 pm

:puzz: well i think the importance that god has to do with it all (no im not religious in any ways shape or form there maybe something there maybe not something i cant prove it either way can you?)is that when the queen took her oath she swore on the bible so what ever is inside the bible should be usable in court as defense after all the queen swore on it they get you to swear on it so what the hell is in it except the judges minitures.

im pretty sure someone said to me once that it has the right for free men of the land the right to travel freely on the queens highways.so by guessing that the queens taken oath on it then there must be some lawful standing in court
when injustice becomes law
rebellion becomes duty
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Re: Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

Postby idmolcom » Sat Jul 30, 2011 3:04 pm

Veronica wrote:
byron84 wrote:Also; back on topic here do we know whether they were able to collect or not? I think that would ultimately determine whether or not it truly was a success?


Success Is A Journey and Not A Destination.

The main thing that's what is going on is
pro tem, and thus can be thought of as minor
battles that are succedding knocking down
the walls they enclose us in.

Each chip at the fabric of their pre conceived
authority, which has been established eons ago,
is beginning to falter. Read Aesop’s Fable about
the lion , the elephant and the fox. You will get
a better grasp of things being done here.

Anyway each chip away is success and success no
matter how small, builds like a mammoth snowball
rolling downhill. Then we have avalanche force
and the whole house comes tumbling down.

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Re: Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

Postby ArturoDekko » Sun Jul 31, 2011 1:35 am

I wonder if this thread should stay in the success stories. As far as I can tell this is just an un-rebutted notice. I have a lot of them and do not consider them successes. If museman would tell us how he was going to collect and especially if and when he collected, I would be more interested. I quite liked his approach but it means nothing unless it provides results, even if that is case dropped.
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Re: Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

Postby idmolcom » Tue Aug 23, 2011 4:44 am

ArturoDekko wrote:I wonder if this thread should stay in the success stories. As far as I can tell this is just an un-rebutted notice. I have a lot of them and do not consider them successes. If museman would tell us how he was going to collect and especially if and when he collected, I would be more interested. I quite liked his approach but it means nothing unless it provides results, even if that is case dropped.


Hey Arturo Dekko,

I have got a couple of questions to ask you if that is ok.

Firstly since you got un-rebutted notices what did you
do to follow it up?

Secondly: Did the notices contain any reference to
financial recompense, if not then you have got no
remedy to sort out the judgement.

You are unwise not to consider them as success in
that you have just completed the first steps of
getting a commercial judgement.

If you wish to speak further send me a pm and
I will discuss this with you in detail either on
Skype or phone whichever you prefer. If you
prefer the phone I will call you as long as it is
not a mobile phone.

Look forward to hearing from you .

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Re: Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

Postby idmolcom » Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:37 pm

markie b wrote::puzz: im pretty sure someone said to me once that it has the right for free men of the land the right to travel freely on the queens highways.so by guessing that the queens taken oath on it then there must be some lawful standing in court


Hey MarkyB

It is everyones right to travel or drive on the
highways, as per the UDHR Doctrine of Rights.

However some have abrogated their right to
travel and they are "bondsmen". They are
bonded by the legislation they see protects
them.

Travelling on the other hand does not have a
need for a licence if you are not travelling in
commerce. However if you seek to abandon
your licence there would be a difficulty in
you travelling without a bond. That bond
has to be lodged with the Bank of England,
which at the time I was a student, when
Adam was a boy, amounted to £500,000.
That was to indemnify you when in the public.

However you should never travel anywhere
without a bond if you are travelling in the
public. You have to protect the public in your
travel.

Thus if you have insurance for your conveyance
you are bonded. Simples !!

However you cannot state you were travelling
to your place of employment, as, that would
be construed as driving, because the aim of the
journey was to go to a commercial place ie: work.
Shopping would not beconsidered as travelling
in commerce.

There are many subtleties that you have to get
the hang of, else you will get burned.

Remember you are reading what appears to be
English but it is not. The language that the Law
Society is called "legalese" a wholy different
proposition.

Look for some older law books from former
students who have finished their courses.
Read eac hsection that interests you so that
you get fimiliar with the language. Best place
is the universities where books are sold to
newer students, next is charity shops.

As the law is living and subject to change
you could use old text books to show you
where to look on the internet, for example,
on a more up to date topic on that particular
section of the statutes etc.

Hope that helps.

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Re: Former Police Officer Challenges Court Jurisdiction

Postby Akzle » Fri Aug 26, 2011 2:57 am

markie b wrote:is that when the queen took her oath she swore on the bible so what ever is inside the bible should be usable in court as defense after all the queen swore on it they get you to swear on it so what the hell is in it except the judges minitures.

i present you: But above all, my brethren, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or with any other oath; but let your yes be yes, and your no, no; so that you may not fall under judgment - James 5 ish.
so the book that everyone swears on, expressly states not to swear oath, lest ye be judged.
go swear on that.
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