JUDGE IGNORES DUE PROCESS IN ORKNEY HEARING.
I'm being pursued in the Orkney Sheriff Court for not submitting a record of my expenses after running for election in the 2017 UK general election. If the election was a fraud on the people of Orkney and Shetland, I saw no reason to compound that fraud. It took the best part of a year before they decided to prosecute, then they admit:
“The accused was neither cautioned and charged or made aware by the Police Service of Scotland that a report had been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal for the consideration of prosecution. This was done in liaison and agreement with the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service due to the anticipated press attention the accused would have likely drawn to the case.”
In other words, there was a high level conspiracy to pervert the course of justice in order to avoid adverse publicity - but that was even before the hearing. The conspiracy continues with the court process:
For those not familiar with the Scottish system, the sheriff is the judge in the lower courts. Allodial title is the highest land title it is possible to have. If you have allodial title, you have no lord or superior.. In England today and in Scotland before 2004, only the Crown could hold the allodial title. Only in the past two weeks have I discovered in the Scottish law books the final document that makes my argument unassailable. Now they know that I know, I can expect even firmer resistance to having the question asked in open court.
There was an extraordinary court hearing last Thursday. At the previous hearing the Sheriff set the day for a special appearance. The sole purpose of a special appearance is for me to challenge the jurisdiction of the court - a fundamental right. If the sheriff thinks he has the authority to send me to jail, I have the absolute right to know how he gets that authority. That right was recognised by the previous sheriff. I presented my printed argument 2 days before the hearing, both to the court and to the prosecutor. It seems my argument is so tight now that they could not go there, so this sheriff (a different one) said no, this is not a special appearance, this is just a normal criminal hearing - "How do you plead?" he said. I said I was not pleading anything until he had heard proof of his jurisdiction from the prosecutor. He simply would not listen and would not allow me to present my argument in the court (because then it gets out in public). Although I didn't win this time, I know they have no answer to my argument - it's just a matter of time before I get past their dirty tricks - or they reveal that their position is only backed by naked force, not any legitimate authority.
My argument is now so simple, it's irrefutable: The document I've just found says that Crown, before 2004, relied for its sovereignty and the right to hold courts and dispense justice, on owning the allodial title for the whole of Scotland. It says that sovereignty and allodial title are the same thing. There is no dispute that the allodial title of all land in Orkney and Shetland is allodial title, with that title in the hands of the individual owners. By the definition in Scots law, those owners are sovereign in their own right and Scotland has no authority in Orkney and Shetland - they are like foreign countries to it.
The argument is slightly more complicated than that, but that is the essence. It leaves the prosecutor with only one question to answer: When did Scotland acquire the allodial title of Orkney and Shetland? If they have an answer it must be easy to show it, but all they can do is resort to anything to avoid the question
No wonder they do whatever is necessary to keep me quiet. Next hearing on 25 July. I don't go away!
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