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Wednesday, 8 July 2009

THE BRITISH LEGAL SYSTEM OF MIXED COMMON AND ROMAN LAW

PRESENTED IN THIRTEEN PARTS.
PRESENTED AND EDITED BY ELDON G WARMAN.
Copyright ELDON G WARMAN.


PROLOGUE.
The following brief is believed to have been presented to a Grand Jury in the State of California circa 1982 in an attempt to correct judicial abuse of people involved in patriot and income tax protest movements.

Many people were being incarcerated as political prisoners of what is apparently a "shadow government" now in control of the USA. These patriots were attempting to educate as many of the general public as would hear their message. Unfortunately, short-sighted self-interest and apathy seem to have prevailed.


1 comment:

jsm said...

The Strawman Illusion

J. Anderson discusses the 'Strawman' that is perceived to exist from the standing of the real man in Common Law.

If you are entering into their jurisdiction by submission or under-standing, then you give up any rights and claims unless specifically reserved.

If you have submitted or under-stood (stood under) their jurisdiction then you have no standing to argue about the existence of the 'Strawman' as you are under the rules of their game.

You cannot enter their game and then argue about their rules once you have already submitted and under-stood them.