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 : …………………………………………….



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