Up and Coming Common Law Courts
We can confirm that the Common Law Court is causing considerable problems for the statutory courts (places of business), so much so that they are also having to ignore our inherent rights (writ of habeas corpus) to retain control.
The statutory courts (places of business) have also unlawfully extradited Lynda Thyer to France, where she will be tried. This was despite lodging a challenge to their authority and jurisdiction and a writ of habeas corpus.
Great Britain can now boast that they may be one of only a few countries in the world that fail to comply with a writ of habeas corpus, proof that we have no justice in the statutory jurisdiction.
We now wish to inform you about the convening of up and coming Common Law Courts.
We have four courts which will be convened on the following dates:
Saturday 31st August 2019 To deal with the issue of the UNLAWFUL treatment of David Noakes and Lynda Thyer, in relation to GcMAF, a successful treatment for cancer and other illnesses.
The Defendants are:
Nicholas Loraine Smith (Judge), c/o Southwark Crown Court, 1 English Grounds, London, SE1 2HU
Jean-Luc Gadaud (Judge), c/o Court of Appeal Paris, 10 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris, France
Venue HOLIDAY INN, GUILDFORD, EGERTON ROAD, GUILDFORD, SURREY, GU2 7XZ
Time: Arrive between 10am and 10.50am, Commences at 11am sharp.
Sunday 1st September 2019 To deal with the unlawful administering of the HPV vaccine to the people.
The Defendants are:
Matt Hancock (Secretary of State for Health and Social Care) British Isles
David Ashford (Minister for Health and Social Care) Isle of Man
Richard Renouf (Minister for Health and Social Services) Jersey, Channel Islands
Henrietta Ewart (Director of Public Health) Isle of Man
Venue MANCHESTER ART GALLERY, MOSLEY STREET, MANCHESTER, M2 3JL
Time: Arrive between 11.30am and 11.50am, Commences at Noon sharp.
There will also be two additional cases on Sat/Sun 14th/15th of September 2019. These cases will deal with the issues of the 5G roll out and the unlawful behaviour of the banks, mortgage companies and the Land Registry.
Further details of the defendants, times and venues will be published in the next couple of weeks.
The Common Law Court has been working for several months on this issue and we will have this operational within the next couple of weeks. Further details will be updated on the website under the ‘Latest News’ category.
THE PEOPLE NEED YOUR HELP
As you are aware the Common Law Court is not funded and exists with limited income. It is essential that we continue to convene our own courts and that we can provide a lawful remedy.
These up and coming courts will be able to accommodate over 100 people in the public gallery and will have audio and video equipment to assist with the presentation of the cases.
If you can help, we need funding to pay for these venues. Could you please forward a one-off donation to assist with these costs or if possible, could you please set up a monthly donation for £1.00 per month. While the monthly donation is a token amount, if everyone were to donate, this would allow us to cover the running costs for these courts.
Thank you for your help
If you can make it, we look forward to seeing you at the up and coming court cases.