01 October 2017
When the 'sheriff' steals your car where does he hide it?
Many people have figured out that the people running around as Victoria's 'sheriffs' are committing criminal offences.
The reason why the so called 'sheriffs' are still getting away with it in the majority of cases is through fear, intimidation, threats and extortion, where also the majority of people do not comprehend this thing called due process of law.
In order for people in 'authority' to take action against you -
there must be a document which gives that person (taking action action against you) the 'authority' to do so,
otherwise they are committing an unlawful action, subject to charges (which can only happen if you take action against that / those persons involved).
People should be aware that if you do not pay your (so called) 'fine' it eventually escalates to 'sheriff stage' where the Victorian sheriff eventually writes a letter to your person CLAIMING that there are x amounts of warrants for x amount of dollars.
NOTE: Make no mistake, the 'warrants' DO NOT EXIST.
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If you take no action with regards to the so called sheriff letter, then later on the automobile that is registered under your name may get clamped and taken away when/if you are at major shopping centre or other place where the sting is done.
So who does Victoria's unlawfully appointed 'sheriff' take to task to steal your vehicle and place it where you don't know where it is and EXTORT cash from you in order for you to obtain your automobile?
We have obtained information that the company where your automobile is stored is illustrated within the photo below.
If your car has been STOLEN by a so called 'sheriff' then you may want to give the company a call to see if they have it, and maybe take action against them if your are capable.