Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby woodman » Tue Aug 30, 2011 5:48 pm

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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby kevin » Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:13 pm

Excellent, well done craig. you have to ask are they even magistrates or just council staff trying it on. it's a bloody terrible story how they all back each other right from the start, no questions asked, no evidence.
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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby pitano1 » Tue Aug 30, 2011 7:25 pm

i wonder,if the crooks `will reconvene,and just carry on in absensia`

but lets be honest,those sailors where out of their depth..eh

score for craig..10 outer 10
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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby holy vehm » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:08 pm

kevin wrote:you have to ask are they even magistrates or just council staff trying it on.


Thats the nail on the head, its the justification for asking them to confirm their oath, we have the 'right' to be certain who sits in judgement.
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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby huntingross » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:56 pm

Interesting stuff.....lets hope they don't join Norman now....

Its good to see people remaining calm during these "episodes"....good work
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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby enegiss » Tue Aug 30, 2011 9:48 pm

good stuff, well done :clap: peace and light
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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby diasan » Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:01 am

"The magistrates are appointed by the Lord Chancellor'

Hmm. As I recall the Lord Chancellor was (before the Judicature Acts) in charge of the Equity courts...
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Re: Magistrates refuse to confirm oath and abandon court room

Postby no_ta » Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:54 am

For anyone reading this topic, have no illusion that stepping into a magistrates court is easy, the cards are stacked against us right from the beginning, in so much as if you are requested to appear before the beak, then you are automatically deemed guilty, there can be no such thing as a fair hearing. Or any allowance for mitigation.
The HMCS is a money spinner another form of taxation, however the system is flawed and only continues in its present form due to the ignorance of those who fall foul of it. The Police are being used to squeeze money from us, they should know that what they are doing is unjust, and until they realise that, they are just as guilty as the system, and how it is used, they are the pawns in this rotten society, every police officer should question their motives, in so much as 'is it spiteful or malicious', would a polite rollicking have sufficed?
A good honest Magistrate should not fear a mans reasonable request, if they were honest they would welcome an opportunity to prove that they are worthy to judge us.
It is obvious that this kind of resistance is going to be met with some retaliation, what is needed now is some knowledge of how to prevent the same or other magistrates sitting in private after the event to administer a charging order.
Nevertheless Craig has shown that knowledge of the system and 'guts' to stand up to it, can achieve results.
I just hope that they leave him alone.
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