Joined: 29 Dec 2011 Posts: 1 Location: United Kingdom
Posted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 7:14 pm Post subject:
Have many people became freeman on this site? am kinda new to this but was wonderin if this is one of the best ways to protect yourself from unlawful arrest and other such legal matters? I understand the process is difficult but iam working my way through it just now.
For the US, look up Winston Shrout.
I watched many of the documentaries and seminars on this topic with my boyfriend. I've also read Mary Croft's book. He has used some of the techniques with and without success.
With Menard, I feel his attitude saves him the most when he applies rhetoric to define the law.
My boyfriend is extremely blunt and often he can come across like a major dick, which is only helpful if you really know what the hell you are talking about and pull out references. Otherwise, you are just bullying some employee that ignorant of their own rules and that makes them defensive and not want to help you, especially when dealing with corporations and entry-level employees. ALWAYS BE COMPASSIONATE! As Mernard discusses, when some of these employees investigate or start requesting the forms or clarification of legal contracts, they themselves may get in sticky situations. An example of the sticky situation and why many companies want the employees ignorant to a certain degree is Pixar's "Bob Parr/ Mr. Incredible" as an insurance agent.
With Winston Shrout, I found his information direct about the laws and what they are defined as to the Government and how to play by them. Claiming bonds of police officers, Serifs, and Judges to insure they are operating on "duty" at at the moment was a big revelation. Their bond is their legal backing, if you find them in fraud and claim it as your own, they may not have a job to come back to. Now you know why being "Bondable" is so important to the government agencies. Every life has a cost in a currency system that we do not see. These men/women seek to tap into that currency to pay off things that we use fiat currency for. When a police officer kills a man on duty, his bond is then floated (I believe) the IRS/Fed to cover the amount that life was worth. Expend all your bond, you're fired or may even end up in jail yourself.
After reading Mary Croft, I understood why the prison system is a profitable industry. Prisoners are stripped of their bonds (birth certificate, sin number whatever) and they are floated on the international market. Countries in debt use people (or i should say the work they assume they will do) as collateral, each person's worth on those books are over a MILLION $$$$!!!
All of us first world country citizens are Millionaires but 99% have no clue how to access that money.
Remember, Lawyers call what they do a Practice. Why? Because you can argue about silly little things, like the definition of the word "is", to win a case. It will be situation of trial and error/success. Your ignorance is only permitted when they benefit, try to use ignorance to get out of a ticket and they will quickly slap you with "Due Diligence", so don't be afraid to slap them back with it when you want clarification.
The fact is most people are lazy (including me), they go along with hearsay because they themselves don't want to do the leg work of Due Diligence. So they will hire someone that has been trained by the same "company" they seek to fight. Someone who just wants a paycheck to support their lifestyle and doesn't care about finding the loopholes or arguing about the definition of words x, y and z in contracts because it makes life easier. That's why a GOOD lawyer is PRICELESS.
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