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We wait a long time for court judgements but like buses, when they come they come in a convoy.

Here's another one - Ghislane Maxwell is sentenced to 20 years in prison for her involvement in Jeffrey Epstein's activities.

The Epoch Times reports.


a) The infamous Roe vs Wade judgement has been overturned - this in effect permits individual states the right to determine their own laws relating to termination of a pregnancy.

b) The Second Amendment covering the citizens' right to bear arms has been upheld, with the New York restrictions on "concealed carry" being overturned as restricting the right to self-defence and therefore incompatible with the Constitution.

Two resounding (if much delayed) victories for the traditional American Constitution.

Some of the dissenting opinions are interesting not because they dissent but because the reasoning behind the dissent fails to recognise that in law, the Constitution is supreme and that if a change is required then there are defined ways of effecting the required change - it is not sufficient that the Supreme Court should simply come to a judgement that gives effect to an unreasonable interpretation of the Constitution, as it seems was done in the original Roe v Wade case.

The fact that the Court took the hard decision to overrule that original flawed precedent is a measure of its integrity. 



An interesting excursion around the basics of modern law - we should all be aware if we are to take responsibility for our own lives.

OK, this is US-centric but much of it also applies to the UK.

It also sheds more light on the relationship of courts to banks and postmasters ...

"You know what we haven't done the last 100 years?

"We haven't corrected any of their errors"

"This government works off of unrebutted presumption"

"What is the legal definition of the word 'legal'?"

"It is the undoing of God's Law"

"Policy Revenue Collection Agent"

Do not miss ...

(2 hrs 25 mins)




Alert readers will know that the Bernician has form in taking the powerful to court, firstly in seeking redress for mortgage fraud, and secondly for seeking to prosecute those responsible for the so-called "Midazolam Murders".

In late May he published an update (yes, it took me this long to catch up) covering both the TGBMS Class Action to end institutionalised mortgage fraud, and the Private Criminal Prosecution for the Midazolam Murders, which has been relentlessly obstructed by the courts so far.

Whilst the TGBMS (The Great British Mortgage Swindle) is being progressed via the Land Registry and the Lloyds Banking Group board, the private criminal prosecution is reportedly going before a Grand Jury, a somewhat archaic institution that is nevertheless valid legal procedure.

Read all about it.



This is not a description of Common Law, but an exposition of the basis upon which Common Law is founded.

Common Law is common to all nations, all genuine religions, all thinking beings (including ETs should we happen upon them!).

It is the set of assumptions that are derived from the "do unto others as you would have them do unto you" principle - in short, it embodies all the necessary principles by which we can all live with each other in harmony and equality of opportunity, and excludes any and all rules not necessary for that purpose.

This little dissertation from the Democracy Defined Campaign elaborates on this theme with cross-reference to religious teachings of various faiths, and much historical development.