Statute Law

BBC TV Licence

In recent years the matter of the BBC and its licence fee has become a hot topic. With increasing and prolific evidence of the BBC’s complicity in paedophilia with first the Jimmy Savile case, followed by numerous other allegations (some of which have been leaked in the recent report on the BBC), never has public confidence in this propaganda machine for the government been so low. Couple the sexual abuse scandal with the prolific bias in reporting in favour of…
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The Council Tax Fraud

As many no doubt know by now we are not big fans of Council Tax. Many lawful rebels withhold but the system is very much entrenched against civil disobedience in this matter. On the one hand, magistrates courts unlawfully rubber stamp hundreds of liability orders at a time, from summonses which were issued by the council without judicial oversight, liability orders used by local authorities to use bully-boy enforcement agents like Ross & Roberts to intimidate money with menaces out…
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What Next?

What next indeed! So, you have read the pages across lawfulrebellion.info, you have printed out your Oath, signed it, had it witnessed, copied it, posted it and got the ‘T’ shirt – oops, sorry, I mean the Recorded Delivery slip. What next?? Well, it can be a bit of an anti-climax I’m afraid! There won’t be any police helicopters hovering overhead nor any tactical response units surrounding your house. In fact is it is very unlikely you will hear anything…
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The Power of Power of Attorney

Now I’m certain you must be wondering what on earth power of attorney must be doing on a site dedicated to lawful rebellion. Am I right? As shown on other pages, Article 61 is THE and only defence against statute law, where that statute law does not coincide with common law. I have also shown how the police can abuse what little power they have left over lawful rebels. On the habeas corpus page the matter is looked at in more…
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Unlawful Detention & Habeas Corpus

If you are an activist then you are highly susceptible to arrest by the police who claim to have an array of powers over you. Yes we know about Article 61. Yes we know about ‘lawful excuse’ and yes we know that the police cannot lawfully arrest us for a statutory offence unless what we did was also a common law crime. Here’s the problem. The police do not know. They should know. Some do know but are told by their peers or superiors to…
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De-Arrest

De-Arrest An important matter which has come to our attention is that police officers have been stating that if a private citizen arrests another person (or a police officer) the police have the power to “de-arrest” them.  No such concept exists in British law! It has the same meaning and validity as claiming one could “de-punch” a person after hitting them! It simply cannot happen. ANY police officer who claims they can de-arrest someone is committing fraud, Malfeasance and Misfeasance and…
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What Can We Do To Help?

The million dollar question. What is it YOU want to accomplish? Are you a diplomat? Are you a communicator? Are you a refuse collector? It REALLY doesn’t matter. The one thing this country is lacking right now is people willing to fight for it. I don’t mean brawling – and for the avoidance of doubt, the one thing that Lawful Rebellion detests above all else is violence – I mean be willing to stand up and be counted. You don’t need…
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Documents & Posters

Below is a simple poster, it is a smaller image version of a printable .pdf for an A4 poster that could go in your window – or just about anywhere you want. You can shrink it to A5 but I would avoid going any smaller! this was originally intended as a newspaper advert. Next is the Oath of Allegiance which you MUST send to one of the Barons in order to become lawfully installed in under Article 61. Without this (and…
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Breach of the Peace UK Definition

Breach of the Peace UK Definition An individual arrested to prevent a breach of the peace does not have to be taken before a court. There is no power to continue the person’s detention beyond the time where a recurrence or renewal of the breach of the peace is likely. The danger in any kind of activism is that the police step in to a legitimate situation and either misguidedly or for their own hidden agenda, start arresting people (or…
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My Lawful Rebellion & Remedy

So after some research and experience of using this remedy this is as much of a conclusion I can draw up today. In 1911 parliament pushed through the Parliament Act which was an unconstitutional and therefore unlawful act which dissolved the royal prerogative, this meant that although Royal Assent is meant to only allow acts and statutes in keeping with the constitution, it was diluted and those powers all but removed. David Robinson please check through this! This was the…
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