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    Re: Santos Bonacci Arrested And Now In Police Custody

    funny...actually, the chemical formula of chlorophyll and components of human blood differ by a single molecule...I personally have always believed that Plant life had more going for it than most humans but that's is a whole 'nuther story...Mr Santos must be a little edgy...probably from eating venus flytraps...

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    Re: Santos Bonacci Arrested And Now In Police Custody

    So, Santos "the vego-maniac" Bonacci attended his 2nd court hearing today for unpaid toll-road fines.

    I've tried to find information about how the proceedings went down, but all I've managed to come up with so far is this story from a local Australian MSM news source.

    Link: http://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/video/w...er-fined-130k/

    According to the above story, Santos has agreed to pay the $130,000+ in fines within the next 90 days... or face a 900+ day prison sentence.

    Seems Santos intends to pay the fines via promisory note/s, so it will be interesting to see whether the courts are prepared to accept that.

    My suspicion is that all he's really managed to do is buy himself a little more time... before the hammer of "justice" is brought down on him with full force.

    At the end of the day, the system expects to get its damn money (one way or another), and I doubt the courts will let Santos off the hook so easily.

    Santos gives the impression that a positive outcome (for him) is practically inevitable, but personally I don't think this is going to end well for him.
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    Re: Santos Bonacci Arrested And Now In Police Custody

    They have to accept a promissory note, but.... if Santos transfers it to "The Bloody Mother ****ing Meat Eating Whores of the Court...."

    They probably won't and I wouldn't fault them for it.

    That video says it all. Referring to people who pay with cash as idiots (facepalm) Calling names in court?

    I understand that is why he got in this position. He lost it in court. Again that video of him pretty much emphasizes how he lost. If he pays with a promissory note and they refuse it, he'll try to have a piss match with them instead of shrugging it off and saying' Okay you refused compensation, case closed.' He has not the ability to do that. He wants to lock horns and fight.

    He's not a free man. Not by a long shot. Just victim angry and victims never win.

    He does make the Freeman Movement look like a bunch of whack jobs

    Quote Originally Posted by D-Day View Post
    So, Santos "the vego-maniac" Bonacci attended his 2nd court hearing today for unpaid toll-road fines.

    I've tried to find information about how the proceedings went down, but all I've managed to come up with so far is this story from a local Australian MSM news source.

    Link: http://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/video/w...er-fined-130k/

    According to the above story, Santos has agreed to pay the $130,000+ in fines within the next 90 days... or face a 900+ day prison sentence.

    Seems Santos intends to pay the fines via promisory note/s, so it will be interesting to see whether the courts are prepared to accept that.

    My suspicion is that all he's really managed to do is buy himself a little more time... before the hammer of "justice" is brought down on him with full force.

    At the end of the day, the system expects to get its damn money (one way or another), and I doubt the courts will let Santos off the hook so easily.

    Santos gives the impression that a positive outcome (for him) is practically inevitable, but personally I don't think this is going to end well for him.
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    Re: Santos Bonacci Arrested And Now In Police Custody

    Latest out of Australia:

    Article: From mainstream News.com.au (Rupert Murdoch)

    POLICE go to the house of a Melbourne man to talk to him about thousands of dollars’ worth of unpaid road tolls. They try to establish his identity.

    “That’s not a natural name!” he says. “It’s a corporate trade name!”

    The police ask him about the money owed, to which he replies, “There’s no contract with me. I am a human being. Live, flesh, blood man.”

    It sounds nuts, but this man is part of a small but noisy movement that started in the US and Canada at the turn of the century, and has been simmering in Australia for about a decade.

    Called Freemen on the land, it’s been popping up on billboards, in courtrooms and on YouTube videos wherever there are English-speaking vigilantes with an axe to grind and balls the size of caravans.

    Among the Freemen’s complex and baffling principles is the idea that there are two versions of every person — an “official” one and a non-official, made-of-meat version who can drive on the wrong side of the road in an unregistered car, leaning naked out the window shouting at pedestrians. Only one version is answerable to the law.

    It sounds like a fantasy, but for a group of impassioned dissidents across the globe, it’s reality. And they walk among us.

    Freemen-on-the-Land, or FOTL, champion the idea that we are all slaves to our government, shackled against our will to unjust laws and regulations. But with special knowledge and careful language, we can circumvent those laws and regulations and live freely as an alternative version of ourselves under our own “natural” law.

    How does the FOTL thing work? Strap yourself in. It’s going to get a little crazy.


    FREEMAN BELIEF 1: THE GOVERNMENT IS A CORPORATION

    Because the government does business with money, it is a corporation. Therefore, you only have to do what your government corporation says if you have an existing contract with them. But be careful — they will take any opportunity to trick you into signing your rights away.

    FREEMAN BELIEF 2: YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE IS A CONTRACT WITH THE GOVERNMENT

    You never signed a contract with the government, right? Wrong! Your birth certificate is your first contract with the government. As soon as it has been signed, you have a legal name that enslaves you to the corporation.

    FREEMAN BELIEF 3: YOU CAN BREAK YOUR CONTRACT

    Don’t despair — you can get around the government’s “corporate” laws. Simply write a letter called a “Notice of Understanding and Claim of Right” declaring your freedom and explaining your own version of the law. Once you’ve sent this letter to the Queen, the Prime Minister and the police (and published it on your website, of course), you’re officially free.

    FREEMAN BELIEF 4: THERE ARE TWO VERSIONS OF YOU

    Congratulations! There are now two versions of you. The first is your enslaved legal person, who exists only in writing (and who the cops are probably looking for). The second is the actual flesh-and-blood person who eats and sleeps and reads lifestyle articles — let’s call that the “meatperson” — at liberty to roam wild and free and possibly naked through toll collection points.

    To distinguish between a legal person and a meatperson, Freemen use a specific naming system. A legal person’s name — the one on official documents — is written in CAPITALS as the traditional “JOHN SMITH”. A meatperson’s name, the flesh-and-blood one, is expressed as “John of the family Smith” or “John: Smith” for short.

    FREEMAN BELIEF 5: SOME LAWS ARE OK

    Freemen might be misguided fringe-dwellers with legally-interesting delusions, but they’re not completely devoid of standards. Most follow “common” law, which basically states that you can do anything you want as long as you don’t cause harm or loss to anyone and try to be honest. So I guess driving naked on the wrong side of the road is totally fine as long as you don’t hit anything.

    DOES IT WORK?

    Absolutely not. The Freemen on the Land movement is based on a combination of pseudo-legal concepts and good old-fashioned wrongness. Many Freemen have tried their game with traffic police, regulatory bodies and courts, without success. In reality, the most a Freeman can hope for is a judge throwing their fallacy-filled case in the bin out of frustration.

    Andrew Tiedt, a partner at Armstrong Legal, works in Criminal Law. He has seen many Freemen on the Land try their arguments before the court and, without exception, each has failed miserably.

    “People love the idea that there is a secret code or magic argument that can get them out of a criminal charge,” says Andrew. “The problem is that the charges they are facing are often serious, and they may well have a bona fide defence. But because they refuse to engage in the process, any legitimate argument they may have never sees the light of day.

    “People have served jail sentences they may never have had to serve because they have been deceived by this pseudo-legal gibberish.”

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/rea...7d5450b0a264f9

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