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The Sovereign Citizen Phenomena: Why the pirates and bankers fear the restoration of rule of law, justice and due process

Hello and thanks for listening and reading. Before we start, I would like to ask you a question: Have you heard the term Sovereign Citizen recently? Chances are if you are watching a network TV news channel or reading a … Continue reading

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How and Why the once “almighty” Private Bar Guilds are losing their grip over the kidnapping of Justice

On any given “business” day, in any given “public” courts around the world, dozens of men and women face the kind of “summary justice” as first defined by 11 & 12 Vict. c. 42 (1848). This is not the kind … Continue reading

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