Does the Police Force Have to Abide by Common Law
Date Added: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Can you please advise and confirm that
1) The constabulary has to abide by the Common law of the land as opposed to any other laws which are all unlawful and do not protect the rights of the sovereign people.
2) Every sovereign entity has the right to still remain innocent until proven guilty and NO business or entity can override it under any circumstances.
3) During the course of an investigation, the police must speak with all affected parties and or witnesses.
4) During the course of an investigation the constables must review all evidence presented / offered to them before they make a final decision.
5) Please explain the differences between a non ranked officer and a constable.
6) That if somene says they understand to a member of the force, that it means they STAND UNDER a different jurisdiction other than that of common law.
7) Who and how we the sovereign people can make complaints about rogue members of the force, I.e.Telephone .
8) Can we still make those complaints anonymous.
9) Please explain the differences between lawful and legal from the police constabulary's point of view.
10) Are the police force and court system registered businesses.
11) The sovereign folk have to give you consent before you can do anything to them.
12) We the sovereign people can still remain anonymous when reporting crime / anti - social behavior etc
13) The constabulary cannot cherry pick the crimes they want to investigate.
14) The constabulary must listen and not rudely put the phone down on the sovereign people.
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