Moree landowner who shot menacing government intruder is on trial
by John Wilson. Chairman, Australian Common Law Party
Ian Turnbull’s Non-Trial.
Photo: Ian Turnbull
Farmer Ian Turnbull shot dead Greg Turner as a result of legislation removing property rights from the Australian people and the only hope we ought to have of reversing this atrocity. Thomas Jefferson said, “Trial by jury is the only anchor yet imagined by man that can hold a government to the principles of its constitution.” Lord Edward Coke said, “Common law doth control Acts of Parliament and adjudges them, when against common right, to be void.”
Framer Ian Turnbull was denied his common law right to “the lawful judgment of his equals which is the law of the land” and this persecution was relentless until he “simply cracked” and took the life a man who “was only doing his job”.
Photo: George Bender
Another farmer, George Bender, suffered the same violation of his common law rights and also took a life – his own, as an incalculable number of victims of Australian courts continue to do. Meanwhile the general population are kept well fed, entertained and blissfully ignorant of their rights and freedoms.
Ian Turnbull’s trial continues tomorrow in the NSW Supreme Court, Sydney, where “His Honour Justice” Peter Johnson is a typical example of the corrupt and treacherous judiciary destroying any semblance of justice as he lies to tell the uninformed and incompetent jury, “You can only judges the facts. I am the judge of the law and I will direct you accordingly.”- thereby, committing treason which is “an act intent on overthrowing the sovereignty of the people”.
In this trial, there are no facts to judge because prosecution and defence unreservedly agree to the facts. The only dispute here is that Ian Turnbull pleads guilty to manslaughter while the prosecution insists it is murder. The juror has been instructed to choose which definition in law is appropriate.
This trial will follow the same course as every jury trial in Australia does and conclude with the so-called “judge” receiving the verdict from the jury, dismissing them and then carrying on to render his own judgment with any consent and, therefore, no jurisdiction. Because it is “the lawful judgment of his equals” that is mandated by the Rule of Law, any sentence given by a “judge” in this manner is wholly void.
Neither the prosecution nor the defence (and certainly not the “judge”) have any intention of allowing the jury to judge the justice of law that caused the death of Greg Turner at the hands of Ian Turnbull. And, if any juror should dare to venture down that path, they will incur the wrath of “His Honour Justice” Peter Johnson. This is a disgrace and brings shame on the entire country.
Posted on May 11, 2016, in Agenda 2030, agenda21, Corporate Government, Corporate policy, Courts, CSG, Farmers, Farming, General, Liverpool Plains and tagged Dept Agriculture NSW, George Bender, Greg Turner, Ian Turnbull, Justice Peter Johnson. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.