Monday, August 12, 2013

No need to stop for police

Here is some information that is a follow up to a story that was published in the corporate media approximately 6 weeks ago.

The corporate headlines read: " Police power to stop cars under threat ", see corpau article
http://corpau.blogspot.com.au/2013/06/police-power-to-stop-cars-under-threat.html

The reality should read " Police have NO power to stop cars. ", but that is NOT conducive to accurate reporting.

Here is an article that ALL Australian motorists should be familiar with:



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Notice

TO ALL POLICE OFFICERS OF THE COMMONWEALTH

COMMON LAW EXCISE OF RIGHTS

NO IMPLIED CONTRACT – ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

NO DUTY TO IDENTIFY SELF

“The Common Law does not require a citizen to identify oneself
or carry identification of any sort”
Koechlin v. Waugh (1957)

NO   STATUTE   AUTHORITY

“An ancient principle of the common law that a person not under arrest has no obligation to stop for police, or answer their questions, and there is no statute that removes that.”

“The conferring of such a power on a police officer would be a substantial detraction from the fundamental freedoms which have been guaranteed to the citizen by the common law for centuries.”
Justice Stephen Kaye

ANDREW HAMILTON v. DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS;
                          
December 25, 2011, Victorian Supreme Court.
(s 272 of the Criminal Procedure Act, Supreme Court of Melbourne, Common Law Division – Judicial Review and Appeals List No. SCI 2011 2013 on the 25th of November 2011.)


Signed : …………………………………………….



3 comments:

Michael Schulze said...

Can i print a copy of this and hand to police when they stop me for no reason, no crime committed? And who signs at the bottom of it?

Zad0r said...

This isn't a legal document so if the police stops you it's required that you show them ID or be arrested.

LeeO said...

Zad0r There is a difference between 'lawful' and 'legal'. 'Lawful' derives from the Constitution and Common Law. 'Legal' refers to statutes passed in Australia by an unlawful corporate parliament. It is unlawful for the police to randomly stop you and demand ID. Common Law and Constitutional Law sit above Statutory Law. Therefore their demands are illegal by virtue of them being unlawful.