Friday, April 4, 2014
JUDGE ARRESTED FOR TREASON by "WE THE PEOPLE" in his court
CAN WE CALL FOR THIS TO HAPPEN HERE IN CANADA AS WELL?
SHOULD WE NOT ALSO DEMAND, THAT CAMERAS BE ALLOWED, IN THE CANADIAN COURTROOMS, TO RECORD THE ACTIONS OF CORRUPT JUDGES? AND TO ALSO ARREST THEM WHEN THERE IS ALSO PROOF OF THEIR CORRUPTION?.
Canada's laws are based in part, on British laws. Although it also varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. So this act of civil disobedience, should also happen here in Canada, in regards to our corrupt courts and by judges who also has no interest, in the preservation of the rights of the people. This scenario, will also not happen in Canada, because first of all the people will not be able to view this remarkable act of civil disobedience, since Canada's laws also ban the operation of any recording devices, particularly cameras, in its courtroom.
And it calls itself democratic?. Why exclude the public from seeing, what goes on in the Canadian courts?. And unlike the courts in Britain and America?. Does Canada has something to hide,in how it dispenses justice? The answer is also a resounding Yes!. What it is hiding is its human rights abuse and most notably in the form of the abuse of the individual rights and freedom of persons in that country.
What a difference it would also make, if cameras were allowed in the Canadian court?. When will it ever get around to doing that?. I have been saying this for years on this blog, that allowing the cameras and other recording devices, in the courtroom, will also help to preserve justice and to allow the people to have more confidence in its judicial system. If that country is going to claim that it is an upholder of human rights, then this is one of the things that it should also do, to restore the public's confidence in the law. A law which also does not protect, but robs us of our rights currently.
See me post the pictures of some of the most corrupt judges in Canada. And I will also begin with those judges and justices of peace, at the Old City courthouse, in Toronto. One of the absolute worst courts in Canada.
Posted by Valerie Guillaume