Case - 30
The People (represented by John Smith) v Ian Burnett (The Lord Chief Justice)
Convened as a lawfully recognised Common Law Court on the 6th August 2019, the Common Law Court dealt with the issue of court orders, for the following: The People represented by John Smith On behalf of the people, their Statement of Claim and supporting documentation was presented to the Court. The request for Court Orders was made by the people as they required the assistance of the court to prevent the unlawful enforcement of an Extradition Order, an attack on the Plaintiffs and on a living woman. The Defendant in this action has participated in a malicious prosecution against a living woman through the use of criminal coercion, in doing so he also failed to comply with the living woman’s common law rights, the Universal Declaration on Human Rights 1948 and statutory legislation. As the Defendant cannot claim ignorance of the law, his behaviour could only be described as both gross negligence and criminal. The Defendant has acted with bias, fraudulently and ultra vires, not to mention that he is guilty of using criminal coercion, the crimes of uttering, kidnapping, theft and unlawful detention to protect vested interests. The Defendant in supporting the claims of the French Prosecutor has targeted innocent members of the public, with the intention of protecting their vested business interests and maintaining their monopoly of the judicial and pharmaceutical systems. Never, in this case, could it be argued that ‘Justice can be seen to be done’ or ‘In the mind of a reasonable man, that justice was not impartial’. Indeed, it could easily be argued that the Defendant, nor the state prosecutor from France could be described as having acted reasonably, given all the circumstances of this case. Their conduct has been so divergent from the rule of law that any reasonably minded member of public would have zero confidence or trust in their ability to act lawfully. Given this state of departure from the rule of law, the reasonably minded people have chosen to convene their own lawful common law courts. After an extensive presentation and examination of the evidence, they returned the following verdicts: In the case of ‘The People (represented by John Smith) v Ian Burnett (The Lord Chief Justice) and the request for Court Orders, all were granted.