The laws are intended in part to act as a deterrent to criminal acts. But laws lose all deterrent effect if the criminal-wanna-be KNOWS that no one knows the law AND/OR the law will never be enforced against them.
Such is the dilemma we find our sad selves in now with the police, lawyers, politicians, public servants and more. “They” have operated SO LONG with impunity because no one enforced the rules against them that they are literally in a criminal free-for-all.
Like misbehaving children with guns they need a time out, be grounded and in some cases spanked. This applies to every “public/civil servant” who does wrong…. including those who do not report their fellow workers who are engaging in rules breaking and criminal acts. You are an accomplis if you do not actively speak out to help stop it. You are the first, best witness to the crimes and your silence binds you to the guilt for the crimes.
The “superiors” who encourage lawless behaviour by not acting to enforce the internal policies and rules, never mind the rule of law, carry the greatest burdon of guilt and responsibility because your actions CAN stop such behaviour, but you choose not to. Your inaction actually encourages more lawless behaviour by your charges.
So it falls to the private citizen to Continue reading 'Sue “Them” In Their Personal Capacity'»
North Vancouver jaywalker wins in B.C. Supreme Court
YAY. One for the little guy. Persistence and…. doing it without a lawyer.
NOTE: he was convicted at Provincial Court, appealed and WON at the Supreme Court of B.C.
NOTE: he was convicted of “obstruction” NOT jaywalking (refused to give his “residential” address).
NOTE: he was convicted with a lawyer representing him in Provincial Court and he WON all by himself without a lawyer at the Supreme Court of B.C..
NOTE: convicting him took 2 trial days, not mention numerous pre-trial hears I’m sure.
NOTE: he had previously won a case against the West Vancouver Police and awarded
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Hey! Look! Someone taking action and practicing what he preaches!
Guess what his YouTube user name is? IPracticeWhatIPreach
Watch his videos and you will see in fact he is a man of his word. He’s been through some shit, stood toe to toe with “the man”, faced down RCMP harassment and successfully had charges against him stayed. Congrats!
Watch his videos to see his first hand accounts. Not all people on YouTube are showing the live events as they occur, then the step by step legal consequences to Continue reading 'Local Hero, Rory'»
Well, well, well. The blindingly obvious has been confirmed by the courts in the US of A …..over and over again.
Consider for a moment that video cameras capture your every move on the roads, in stores and on the sidewalks as you go about your PRIVATE business (or is it private????).
BUT the police in MANY jurisdictions threaten, abuse and arrest private citizens who happen to video record the police in action while they publicly abuse a private citizen’s body and rights.
Whether a punch, or kick to the head , or multiple tasers shots to their innocent victim or the ultimate in disgusting police brutality… a fatal shot in the back of man laying on the ground, video recording of police in action has helped bring to light the MASSIVE amount of violence against unarmed, non-violent citizens by “law enforcement” personnel.
I HIGHLY support honest, responsible officers performing their public duty Continue reading 'You are free to video police'»
A Seattle man testing the limits of video recording at airport checkpoints and ID requirements to fly in the US has been acquitted of all charges laid against him.
In a challenge against the commonly held beliefs that you can’t video agents in public places and you need to show ID to fly in the US this fellow was victorious.
Not only did he win but he got on the record point blank answers to some powerful questions that the government doesn’t want you to have. Continue reading 'Fly Without ID?'»
If you’ve read Part 1 and 2 of this “Systemized Fraud?” series you know I mentioned Canada as a probably having the same kind of problems with prosecutors acting…uh…illegally(?).
The photo above is a REAL photo of a “police lineup” that was instrumental in convicting an innocent man.
He’s #12, the one in a head lock, and if you look carefully both arms are being locked behind/beside him. All the other “suspects” are police in street clothes. Notice how the police look SO much less intimidating out of their uniforms? A reminder that uniforms help give the aura of power and authority when in fact….
It wasn’t just the police though. It was Continue reading 'Systemized Fraud-Part 3? Oh Canada '»
US Supreme Court Rulings Guantanamo
Guantanamo Bay detainees story holds a few lessons in law for the average man on the street, anywhere. This is not about terrorism, 9/11, or who these men are. It’s about the legal process and lessons we can learn about how the law works, how the politicians can try to create invalid laws to serve a political purpose, and exist as if it were law until challenged and overturned. You need to understand what this idea means to you.
Your basic rights override Continue reading 'Guantanamo, Lessons in Law'»