Thursday, September 13, 2007

Feds Step Up Actions In Brown Case

Authorities identified Danny Riley during his activities at the recent 9/11 truth events in New York and reportedly waited until he had left the main groups of protesters before following him and arresting him.

Read more here.


Blogger Scott Haley said...

Again (this is important)...

As the arrests now have started, I hope that those of you closest to the battle (most likely to also get arrested) realize:
1) NEVER plead guilty or bargain a plea;
2) NEVER respond to police interrogations (officials are allowed by law to LIE during the process...nothing they say can be trusted);
3) immediately ask for a court-appointed attorney;
4) make sure your attorney understands COMMON Law (the law of the land, the Constitution, & unalienable opposed to Roman Civil Law, which includes Statutory Law);
5) if it gets to court and before a jury, tell the judge (through your attorney) that you wish to make an "offer of proof for my appeal" (or, "offer into evidence");
6) if you are denied ANYTHING in court, ask the judge, "Are you trying to rush me to judgment, Judge?" (this is a powerful question);
7)if you are threatened with contempt of court, ask, "Is that civil contempt or criminal contempt, Judge?".
If civil, ask to see the contract between you and the judge; then say, "I don't agree to the terms of the contract". (There is, of course, no contract.)
If criminal, ask who makes the claim, what is the crime, and who is the injured party (crimes are against INDIVIDUALS or property, not States or Courts)?
8) If all else fails, respond with, "I do not understand". If the judge asks what it is that you don't understand, say, "I do not understand what it is I do not understand".

It's important to get all these things into the court record. They all give judges pause. Keep silent until you get reasonable answers. [One defendant in a sovereignty case had to remain silent for about eight minutes while a Judge ranted and raved about "offer of proof"; but the Judge finally caved in, and the defendant was allowed to present evidence that he wanted in the record.]

Some folks in the Common Law Movement (Sovereignty Movement) believe that one should use ONLY # 8) above. I don't agree, but they may be right.

DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney or para-legal; this is not legal advice. It's an opinion. I assume no liability for any harm which may result from the use of the items above. [Using the methods above has worked for some people in the Sovereignty Movement, at least, according to them.]


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