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

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 network owned newspaper or web site then … Continue reading

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018 – Karl Lentz – Courthouse – Government or Private?

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Private Person

l  herein is presented as a private opinion intended for self responsible people wanting to learn more about how the world “operates” so they can reclaim their own power in a system designed to contain control and dominate all aspects … Continue reading

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A Jurisdiction is a private set of laws

A Jurisdiction is a private set of laws / codes / statutes / rules / regulations of a private society. The common law true is the basis of all law. This is not to be mistaken with the Common Law … 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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The 10 Biggest Errors most people make when facing the Pirates and Privateers of the Private Bar Guilds

There is no question the subject of law is complex and difficult to comprehend. It is why in many countries, only the “best and brightest” qualify for places in law schools and then spend years completing their degrees.  For the … Continue reading

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