The aftermath of the attempt to arrest a judge, who three times refused to confirm that he was acting under oath when questioned by Council Tax rebel Roger Hayes, is beginning to build. One of the protestors, a guy called 'Rusty', has been bailed on a charge of assaulting a female police officer even though the court was packed with cameras which will prove that she and a male colleague actually assaulted 'Rusty'.
When the case comes before a judge you can imagine the scene! There are dozens of witnesses who will all come forward and declare that under Article 61 of the Magna Carta 1215 'Rusty', under the direction of Roger Hayes, was taking legal action against the judge by attempting to arrest him.
This case could roll on for months and is bound to generate huge publicity. In fact one of the senior officers who attended appeared to be getting briefed by Raymond St Claire who led the rebellion after Roger Hayes was released from the court. The police attending were certainly treading very carefully because this rebellion has been thoroughly researched and common law as laid down by the Magna Carta supercedes all else and cannot be repealed.
The legal system has just turned everything to their advantage so that in effect the judges, the police and the judiciary are actually acting contrary to the purpose of the law as it was originally intended. Technically in the forthcoming trial the police were guilty of assault and it is all on camera. They have got so used to physically assaulting the public that it is now second nature to them.
You have to laugh! I can't wait for the case to arrive in court because you can guess the rest. if there were 600 outside Birkenhead on the first occasion then people will gain courage in numbers. The cat is definitely out of the bag and is currently going viral on YouTube and the net!