Case - 12

The People v Existing Local Authorities Throughout Great Britain

Convened as a lawfully recognised Common Law Court on the 8th April 2018, the Common Law Court named and indicted the following Respondents for crimes ranging from, a wilful neglect of duty, malfeasance, a failure in the duty of care owed to the Pursuers, fraud and theft. ​ Respondents: Existing Local Authorities Throughout Great Britain ​ On behalf of the Pursuers (the people), John Smith presented a Statement of Claim which highlighted the unlawful legislation and means which are used to defraud, extort and unlawfully obtain money from men and women throughout Great Britain. ​ As part of the initial presentation, a nine minute film was shown on television which highlighted not only the unlawful nature of this legislation but also the fraudulent means used by the authorities to collect this money. ​ In addition to the video presentation, the Statement of Claim also addressed the following issues: ​ The requirements for a valid contract. ​ The unlawful issue and use of fraudulent documentation. ​ The unlawful enforcement methods used by the authorities to collect money. ​ The fraudulent use of the statutory courts to enforce collection ​ The additional consequences of this unlawful legislation: ​ Suicides Depression, stress and anxiety The associated charges and fines The use of bailiffs and sheriff officers Bankruptcy Wage arrestment Homelessness Evictions Implications for the family Employment issues The ability to feed the family The ability to pay for utilities ​ The following Common Law crimes were also highlighted: ​ Personation Fraud which is committed by impersonating another, or by falsely assuming a certain position of status, in order to obtain or gain benefit or advantage, namely diminishing the capacity of a man or woman to a fiction with no life, which is known as a person, a crown construct. ​ Criminal Subrogation Where a man or woman has been substituted for a legal fiction, with no life, this is used to defraud and gain benefit, and to defraud a man or woman of their rights and property, unlawfully. ​ ​ In conclusion it was pointed out that the issue of Council Tax was marred with prejudice and bias from the beginning because of the collusion and fraud which has been committed by members of a statutory system that protect vested interests. The issue is not whether taxes should be paid, it is the fraudulent behaviour of the authorities and the failure to hold these individuals accountable for abusing their positions that needs to be addressed. Men, women and children are suffering, because of the unlawful behaviour of the statutory authorities, it is no longer acceptable to do nothing. The principles of Common Law were then referred to: Do not cause Harm, Loss or Injury to another. Do not breech the peace and be honourable in your contract dealings. By no stretch of the imagination can it be said that the enforcement of Council Tax met these principles. It is time that the Respondents were held accountable for their unlawful behaviour and time that the people had access to a lawful remedy. ​ ​ A request was then made for the following orders: ​ 1.

The Pursuers required a court order to annul existing council tax legislation and to prevent the unlawful collection of council tax.

This order to remain in force until such time as the failings within the existing system have been addressed. ​ 2.

The Pursuers also seek an order that will confirm; any individual involved in the unlawful collection of council tax will be committing a crime under Common Law and against the people, therefore, they will be held liable for damages in their personal capacity. ​ After an extensive presentation, the jury adjourned to deliberate after which they returned and issued the following verdicts: ​​ 1.

It is hereby ordered that after a unanimous decision of the court, all statutory legislation within Great Britain relating to Council Tax, has now been annulled. ​ 2.

It is further ordered that it is now an offence for any man or woman to collect any payments for council tax, any individual who unlawfully tries to collect such payments will be held personally liable in their personal and private capacity.