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Common Law Court [message #1277] Mon, 10 December 2012 10:25
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The purpose of this Court is to establish the validity of any claim filed with the Court (CLC). The Court, then, through the Grand Jury, reviews the evidence and if "probable cause" (it appears that the accusation may be true based upon the evidence), and Indictment is presented to the Accused. The Accused, then, is given the opportunity to answer (go to court to defend his actions) before a trial (petit) jury. If he chooses not to answer, then the Unanswered Indictment is issued, as in the present matter.

It is intended to void a "pissing contest" and rely on evidence and testimony, presented in a forum void of unsubstantiated allegations, name calling, and other distractions that are so common on the Internet.

Those not wishing to register can download a PDF at Baez_v_Rudkowski.pdf

The Court is not an advocate for either side in a dispute and is concerned only with making available the results of a trial, if the Accused is willing to answer, and the Unanswered Indictment, if, as in the current matter, is unwilling to answer.

Those of you who are interested in freedom and liberty are automatically part of the Patriot Community. As such, you may wish to utilize your time in a productive means of problem resolution and participate in the CoS-CLC, so that the undercover operatives, agent provocateurs, and assorted informants can be cleared out of our house using trial by jury, instead of trial by press. The CLC relies upon volunteers, so if you seriously want division within the community stopped, then it becomes incumbent upon you to volunteer. Keep in mind as well that, in the future, should later you get into a dispute, then the CLC would be available to you to receive your complaint.

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