Congrats to Paul in Toronto for not just paying the criminals acting as government and getting a ticket kicked out. I helped Paul with the paperwork and did a consult for a traffic ticket and it was kicked out this week. Below are the details as he provided them to me. Paul is contacting the clerk of the court for written verification the ticket was kicked out. I’ll post it when we get it.
I hope all is well.
I just had a $100 parking ticket dismissed after using your template and you may remember we had a phone consult in February of this year. I am in Toronto. [The ticket is in the Toronto West Court Office, York Civic Center 2700 Eglinton Ave. West, Toronto, Ontario]
The case was not straight forward. At my first trial date, when the prosecutor announced the motion to the judge (both were female), she apologized and said it couldn’t be heard due to a clerical error. I said I wanted the matter resolved right away and asked if she could hear the case anyway as it would not take but a few minutes. She refused. I asked for compensation for my wasted time but was only given an apology. The trial was rescheduled.
On the second trial date (today [9 Oct. 2012]) something interesting happened: the female prosecutor lied to the male judge saying that the motion I presented was an 11B, which is a motion of dismissal based on the court taking an excessive amount of time to hear the case. I had given the prosecutor your template upon her request moments earlier. But the judge dismissed the case as though it were an 11B. I believe this is strong evidence that the prosecutor did not want to deal with the actual motion and wanted me out of there, no questions asked.
Your template and the consultation were invaluable. I no doubt will have other matters in legal land and will contact you about another consult.
Thank you again for the great work you do. For me it’s been a real journey learning the concepts and overcoming the fear of confronting the enemy in the courtroom.
I want to point out how Paul describes overcoming the fear; fear is really the biggest part of this and why what we call governments are still in business today. When we stand up for ourselves, even for something relatively minor as a traffic ticket, it helps us to overcome the fear most have of these psychopaths called governments. It’s why we also role-play.
There is a much lower risk of violence and we can make the same challenges we would in a more serious situation, such as drug charges and tax evasion. It’s much easier to challenge jurisdiction when we know that if the psychopath in the robe starts losing it, we can throw him/her some blood money and just walk away. So we can make our challenges and get experience.
This is one of the reasons for the NSP traffic study
, to help people get experience dealing with psychopaths so that if they are ever seriously attacked, they will be able to defend themselves effectively. There is minimal risk as there is no confrontation with police and we can make the same challenges. It takes guts to stand up to people who rage when you address them by their first name and question them on the facts their sacred code applies to you.
A big congrats to Paul for not just handing the psychopaths his money. It may only be a traffic ticket, but overcoming fear is worth the time spent. One of the last things these politicians want is to have the people not fear them as much.
[Update] Here is the documentary proof from the court: