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Defending Your Rights

Stop Debt Collectors Webinar

Join jd and Robert Marques as Robert gives an overview/intro to the principles of how to stop debt collectors and even how to get paid for holding the debt collectors accountable when they operate in ways that break the law.

Robert discusses the principles of how to invalidate the debt and STOP debt collectors cold despite the tactics they employ.

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SueWrongdoers.com 2nd Intro Webinar Replay Online

suewrongdoers-logoNow online is the replay of the second Intro Webinar to the SueWrongdoers.com website.

Check it out on their pre-launch page SueWrongdoers.com

The final Intro Webinar is next Saturday Sept. 27th, 2014 – enrol on SueWrongdoers.com to participate and receive email updates, go there to watch the replay and for more info. Tell your friends.

Focus on the Real Issues: The Foundation of their Case

focus magnifying glassI talk to a lot of people about court process on a variety of issues where they are being prosecuted. One of the primary, most important, priority focus, really, really important things I say over and over and over again to each… when speaking or writing… stay focused on requiring proof of the jurisdiction and standing of the party making the claim.

Here’s a good summary: There is almost always no evidence that the person charged was required to act/ to have a licence etc. and there is almost always no evidence the “crown” has any standing to bring a charge before the court…so “they” withdraw (usually after dragging it out as long as possible).

That is real law in action… if you can stay on point. If you can stay on point. If you can stay on point. Make them prove they have jurisdiction, standing and evidence.

There is nothing usually to defend because the claim/complaint is almost always made without evidence (presumptions are not evidence) AND the party making the claim/complaint lacks jurisdiction over the accused and lacks standing to bring the matter before a court.

“They” win usually because people rarely challenge the foundation of the claim/complaint. No foundation equals no case.

The foundation is ALWAYS jurisdiction, standing and evidence. If even one is lacking the case is over before it starts.

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Example of What Works to Create Change

This excerpt of a longer news video tells a story on many levels of the power of the people and the effect of public exposure on wrongdoers actions is the path to change for the better. Nanaimo makes big news. The backtracking and double talk by the mayor is funny and sad at the same time. (must watch the whole video below)

B.C. is the hotbed for lots of interesting events, including this latest one Nanaimo City Council following the new-world-order-anti-Christian-attitude they get some blow back and have now bigtime backtracked with a financial payout for their wrongdoing.

People also stood up against the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).  B.C.’ites gave the HST the heave ho a few years back…did no one notice???? Proof positive of
YOUR power…an the process that works.

Any and EVERY “law” passed by any and all elected representatives can be kicked to the curb by the people standing up and saying “no this is not acceptable”. 

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First Nations’ Land “Title” OFFICIALLY Acknowledged

Two big events in First Nations’ land title/rights recognition this week from the Supreme Court of Canada and Vancouver city council. Is the timing coincidence? No and neither will the strategic games by lawyers be a surprise.

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Karl Lentz – B.C. Common Law Workshop

sheep-wolf-memeKarl Lentz is making another trip to the great white north and will be teaching common law workshop in B.C., June 21-22, 2014 in (get this) in Winlaw B.C. (is that name JUST coincidence, win law – get it!).

I’m working with a number of people who are actively using administrative complaints and common law claims in three provinces so far (in combination, which is explained in the course H4J: your Complaint IS Their Restraint). A number are in process and before the courts real soon. Results so far… interesting.

Karl made an across Canada tour just a couple of months ago with mixed feedback but everyone is interested in this weird idea of… common law. Gee whiz kids, you mean the foundation of law in Canada and the provinces (except Quebec)?

If you’re new to the idea of common law being a real thing that still operates here, you should check out Hope For Justice: Do Common Law Courts Exist? where an ACTUAL common law trial and all the pre-trial shenanigans are covered in step-by-step detail.

Many folks have trouble following Karl’s teaching and some of the teaching seems contradictory at times. Well I think so to.

When I spoke with Karl, Continue reading Karl Lentz – B.C. Common Law Workshop