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#51 2017-02-03 19:50:24

bordsilver
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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

fishtaco wrote:

If you are innocent then still say nothing other than what is required by law because "anything" you say can or will be used against you in a court of law  but anything you do not say "cannot" be used against you in a court of law. Refusing to answer questions "can" be used against you in a court of law but answering questions with your "Right" of refusal to answer a question presented  through fear of incrimination or on legal advise "cannot" be used against you in a court of law.

Aside: The NSW so-called Liberal government abolished the right to silence in 2013 because duck-nuts Greg Smith wanted to look "tough on crime" and couldn't be arsed better resourcing for police to mount cases.


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#52 2017-02-04 00:54:50

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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

Court Jester wrote:
southerncross wrote:

Anyone heard any more on this, or has it just disappeared ?

The latest.

A POMONA man whose alleged refusal to provide a breath test went viral when he posted video of the incident to YouTube has been arrested after a dramatic outburst in court.

Christopher James David Summers appeared in Noosa Magistrates Court today charged with failing to supply a specimen of breath when pulled over by police on November 14 last year.

The case had been adjourned in December when Mr Summers, representing himself, used Commonwealth law as a defence and asked for an adjournment to seek legal advice.

Today, Mr Summers refused to enter a plea based on legal advice from a friend who he told the court was not a lawyer.

When Magistrate Hayden Stjernquist entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf, Mr Summers declared that the magistrate could be jailed for 10 years and "removed" for entering the plea.

Mr Summers was ordered to leave the court but refused, saying "we are not finished here" and continuing to talk.

After refusing two more requests to leave, Mr Summers was arrested.

A man watching from the public gallery then stood up and yelled "we are all witness to this magistrate entering a plea for him".

He was also ordered to leave.

A woman who started filming proceedings on her mobile phone was arrested when she refused to hand over the phone to a police officer, yelling "don't touch me" as she was taken into custody.

Mr Summers and the woman were still being held in custody late yesterday and police had yet to lay charges over the court incident.

He will appear back in Noosa Magistrates Court on March 3 to face the failing to provide a specimen of breath charge.

http://www.qt.com.au/news/mans-fight-ov … c/3132830/

answer this and you will answer your on question

is it after march 3 2017

remember there are no stupid questions just stuid people


And none so blind as those who will not see. ( Note the edit time ? )

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#53 2017-03-14 01:48:05

Court Jester
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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

you are blind

https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/n … c/3132830/

anyone hears what happened in court as it was meant to have the hearing on march 3


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#54 2017-03-14 04:08:54

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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

^^ no idea what happened, though there is two potential outcomes, looney bin or fined/charged (depending if the judge is in a humourous mood or not)


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#55 2017-03-23 04:52:12

boneyard
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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

http://sunshinecoast.unmuzzled.com.au/q … terview-1/

link to recent video interview of the person.


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#56 2017-03-23 04:56:11

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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?


"We should know where we're going, so we know when we get there..."

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#57 2017-03-23 08:26:08

Ipv6Ready
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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

Couldn't be bothered watching the vid, after ten seconds. realised he lost, so turned off. Besides would you take advice from a loser?


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#58 2017-03-23 08:35:55

Ipv6Ready
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Re: Who broke the law the Cop or the Freeman ?

Had he won, like this guy in NSW (multiple times), I would be much more inclined to listen.
Two people in similar situations, one who knows the other a dumb delusional idiot.
http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/sydney-man-sa … uzrnu.html


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