DVLA - Notice of Your Criminal Liability

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DVLA - Notice of Your Criminal Liability

Postby Pleasuredome » Tue May 12, 2009 2:11 pm

Ian Aubrey
Legal Group, D16
Longview Road

6th May 2009


Mr Ian Aubrey,

Take note of the crime report which was drawn up by Chris Coverdale, lawyer and expert in international war law at this URL address: http://www.makewarshistory.org.uk/index/crime-report.html

Your conduct appears to be conduct ancillary to: war crimes; crimes against humanity; genocide; and complicity in crimes against the peace. This notice is to make sure you are fully aware the implications of your conduct so that you can act accordingly.

It is quite clear that any person or corporation collecting or paying tax, fines levies and the like, to a government who are committing war crimes, is committing the crime of conduct ancillary to genocide, conduct ancillary to crimes against humanity and conduct ancillary to war crimes which are three crimes under section 52 of the International Criminal Court Act 2001, and complicity to crimes against peace which is a criminal offence under the Nuremberg Principles.

Article 24 Chapter VI of the Manual of Military Law applies to every British citizen and taxpayer as well as to servicemen and women. This means that if a government embarks on an illegal war, anyone who co-operates with a government that wages a war of aggression is complicit in a crime against peace and is criminally liable as an accessory to war crimes.

“Whosoever shall aid, abet, counsel or procure the commission of any indictable offence, whether the same be an offence at common law or by virtue of any Act passed or to be passed, shall be liable to be tried, indicted, and punished as a principal offender.” Section 8 of the Accessories and Abettors Act 1861

As you are well aware, ignorance of the law and your own statutes is no excuse. However, a court may show leniency if an offender can prove that as soon as they found out about their personal criminal liability, they took action and renounced their support for the crimes, halted all taxes and financial assistance to the government and joined in national action to halt the killing and arrest the killers, one of whom is your boss, the Secretary of State for Transport, Geoff Hoon.

I write this notice in clear and stark terms for the avoidance of any doubt.


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Re: DVLA - Notice of Your Criminal Liability

Postby Veronica » Tue May 12, 2009 6:37 pm

Well, as we all know, what they collect doesn't pay for the roads ... but goes straight in the Exchequer ... but the DVLA will surely claim they are just collecting to pay for the roads. (And proving that is not the case is somewhat problematic, because they hold all the aces)

A better place to send this would, IMHO, be to HMRC.

Which I did. I asked them for moral justification.

And they just dismissed it as if they were swatting a fly.

But then, since they have no morality (probably don't even know what it means) ... that's only to be expected. Which I did.

But that doesn't stop others from sending this out. The more the merrier. But a better place, I suggest, is HMRC.
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Re: DVLA - Notice of Your Criminal Liability

Postby Pleasuredome » Tue May 12, 2009 8:40 pm

yes, HMRC, or any corporation. however its no good asking them for moral justification. in the corporate world none can ever exist. but as you say, the more people understand this and send these notices out the better. after all, even if some dont do the freeman route at least the ICCA 2001 gives them legal excuse.
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