posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 11:45 AM
reply to post by Mike_A
Sorry for the delay, I've been kinda busy. Essentially, you can look at is under the same umbrella as perjury. If the civil servant's job (i.e the
judge) is to serve the public, and he does not do so, then he is breaking his oath. The judge's refusal to answer the simple question exemplifies
*I know you're going to say it isn't perjury per se, it revolves around the same idea of being under oath.
Since the judge is unable to confirm his oath under common law, he is trying to illegally impose the law.