*Disclaimer: The following is a declaration served in the presence of Agents of the Crown on April 28th, 2020 to the municipality of Redvers, district of Souris – Moose Mountain, Province Of Saskatchewan, Dominion Of Canada, and British Commonwealth for the lawful formation of a Common Law Tribunal in accordance with the constitutional rights embodied in the Magna Carta of 1215.
We are gathered here today declaring the lawful formation of a Common Law Tribunal in accordance with our constitutional rights embodied in the Magna Carta of 1215, which was successfully invoked on March 23rd, 2001, and sworn on by our political constituency on March 3rd, 2020. With God as our witness, and as a declaration calling on the assistance of the community in asserting Natural Justice and Due Process, we swear to do everything in our power to proceed with this Common Law Tribunal lawfully, honourably, and truthfully.
When one of you has a grievance against another, does he dare go to law before the unrighteous instead of the saints? Or do you not know that the saints will judge the world? And if the world is to be judged by you, are you incompetent to try trivial cases? Do you not know that we are to judge angels? How much more, then, matters pertaining to this life! So if you have such cases, why do you lay them before those who have no standing in the church? I say this to your shame. Can it be that there is no one among you wise enough to settle a dispute between the brothers, but brother goes to law against brother, and that before unbelievers? To have lawsuits at all with one another is already a defeat for you. Why not rather suffer wrong? Why not rather be defrauded? But you yourselves wrong and defraud—even your own brothers! Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. And such were some of you. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God. – 1 Corinthians 6, Lawsuits Among Believers
As an additional lawful precedent for establishing a Common Law Tribunal under the dominion of our federal political constituency, we reference Aboriginal Sentencing Circles, which are used throughout Canada for the purposes of restorative justice, and rehabilitating the offender to avoid recidivism and reoffense:
Sentencing circles have been used in much of the country, mostly at the provincial/territorial court level, in minor criminal cases involving Aboriginal offenders and their victims. Various Supreme Court of Canada decisions have interpreted changes to the Criminal Code that instructed courts to consider alternative sentences for all offenders, and to pay particular attention to the circumstances of Aboriginal offenders. The Supreme Court found that sentencing judges must examine the unique factors which may have played a part in bringing a particular Aboriginal offender before the courts, and the types of available sanctions and sentencing procedures (including sentencing circles) which may be appropriate in light of the offender’s Aboriginal heritage or identity. – Alternative Approaches, Canada’s Court System
On November 27th, 2019, we the Canadian Nationalist Party, petitioned the Crown, requesting the establishment of an extrajudicial tribunal capable of settling criminal and civil liabilities on behalf of our constituency. These proceedings, as originally proposed, would be conducted transparently in order to ensure the highest standards of equity, fairness, and respect for the rule of law. As we originally proposed, the intention of this extrajudicial organization would be to ease the burden of an already delayed court system, protect the rights of Canadians to a fair trial, and to uphold the rule of law – in recognition that no one is above the law and that every person must be held accountable for their actions lest the administration of justice be brought into disrepute.
As there has thus far been a failure to respond to this petition which was made to the Crown, we take it to mean that there exists no outstanding objection to this intention. In accordance with our constitutional rights as embodied in the Magna Carta, which remains as binding upon the Crown today as the day it was sealed at Runnymede on the fifteenth day of June in the seventeenth year of the reign of King John of England, we do hereby declare the lawful formation of a Common Law Tribunal under this treaty in conduct of justice enshrined as stare decisis.
These Common Law judicial provisions include, but are not limited to, the following:
- We reserve the right of habeas corpus, to be free from arbitrary detention or imprisonment before any evidence has been produced within a court, wherein the evidence provides good reason for remand, as well as the right to consult counsel without delay and to be informed of this right.
- We reserve the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty before a judge or jury of our peers. Crown counsel must present evidence to an unbiased judge or jury in an open court to prove guilt. If reasonable doubt remains, the accused must be acquitted.
- We reserve the right to procedural defense against double jeopardy, that an accused cannot be tried again on the same (or similar) charges following a valid acquittal or conviction.
- We reserve the right to negotiate extradition procedure based on bilateral treaties. We recognize political offense exemption involving overt acts or omissions (where there is a duty to act), which prejudice the interests of the state, its government, or the political system. Such provisions allow the state whose assistance has been requested to refuse to hand over a suspect to — or to gather evidence on behalf of — another state, if the requested party’s competent authority determines that the requesting party seeks assistance in order to prosecute an offense of a political character.
- We reserve the right of exclusionary rule, which prevents evidence collected or analyzed in violation of the accused constitutional rights from being used in a court of law.
- We reserve the right to a fair trial within a reasonable time.
- We reserve the right to avoid self-incrimination, including provision that adverse inferences cannot be made by judge or jury regarding the refusal of a defendant to answer questions before or during a trial, hearing or any other legal proceeding.
- We reserve the right to remain silent.
We pledge to save from harm The Throne, The Queen, and Her Heirs. We will not sell, nor deny, nor delay right or justice to anyone. The Crown cannot proceed against any freeman, or send others to do so, except according to the lawful sentence of their peers and according to the Common Law. A freeman is not to be amerced for a small offence except in proportion to the nature of the offence, and for a great offence he is to be amerced in accordance with its magnitude, saving to him his livelihood, and a merchant in the same manner, saving to him his stock in trade, and a villein is to be amerced in the same manner, saving to him his growing crops, if they fall into our mercy. And none of the aforesaid amercements is to be imposed except by the oath of trustworthy men of the locality. If anyone has been disseized or dispossessed by the Crown, without lawful judgment of their peers, of lands, castles, liberties, or of their right, it is to be restored to them immediately. And if dispute should arise concerning this, then it is to be dealt with by judgment of the original ‘Committee Of Twenty-Five Barons’ in the security for peace.
All citizens of the realm have a lawful duty to recognize this treaty until the Crown has made redress. Those who fail to honour the treaty of Magna Carta may be held criminally liable for aiding and abetting High Treason.
The above affirmations and claims are valid as to our lawful understanding, and which are sworn by on penalty of perjury and commercial liability.
In putting subjects of the British Crown on public notice of our standing in law, with the intent to prevent any breach of peace, we request, as lawfully obliged, prompt acknowledgement or objection of this notice including any undue consideration.
The wheel of justice must continue to turn – and it will do so under our Common Law Tribunal.