posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 04:07 AM
reply to post by mr-lizard
It's important to complain to the BBC about their distortion of the facts of the case. Add comments if possible under the BBC story online
(unemotional, just stating the facts and highlighting the BBC distortions).
I wanted to congratulate you on bringing this to our attention, and wanted to say a massive 'well done' to all the protestors who took part. More
like this and the statute scam will become widely known and better understood. If everyone who was standing before a judge for similar proceedings
took the position that Mr Hayes did, we would see big changes in the attitude of the police towards such protests, and in the public response to the
corruption endemic in our legal/ political system.
Incidentally, Mr Hayes came fourth in a recent local election with 1490 votes as a UKIP representative - though he's no longer with that party.
Point being, that he isn't just some 'riff-raff anarchist squatter', he's a well-respected politically-minded man with a good history of
encouraging the people to claim what's rightfully theirs. I doubt that he ended up in court because he couldn't pay his council tax - the
non-payment was more likely to have been a calculated protest against the tax, possibly even with this kind of demonstration/ protest in the
court-room as a pre-planned conclusion of the non-payment decision, with the intention of gaining publicity for the 'statute scam' issues..
Quote from the Wirral Globe story:
As he emerged from the court surrounded by his supporters, Mr Hayes said: "The judges are breaking the law in their own courts.
"I asked him (Mr Peake) if he was serving under his oath of office.
"I asked three times for him to confirm this and he refused.
"So I civilly arrested the judge and I called upon some people in the court to assist me in this.
"They were acting lawfully and the police should not have arrested them."
The hearing was abandoned and will need to be re-arranged at a date to be fixed.
Raymond Saintclair, who organised the Birkenhead protest, said: "Today was day-one.
"This is going to happen again and again and again.
"We have sent a message to this court as one nation and one voice until change comes."
That's the pattern folks, an ideal model for a peaceful protest within a legal setting. Now if we can convince the BBC to redact their false
accusations of 'storming the court' (hyper-dramatising, inciting an emotional reaction against
the protestors) then we're onto a winner - on
DAY ONE of the lawful rebellion effort.