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Hundreds of protesters storm UK courtroom, try to arrest judge over tax bill…

March 8th, 2011

source: http://investmentwatchblog.com/hundreds-of-protesters-storm-uk-courtroom-try-to-arrest-judge-over-tax-bill/
By Daily Mail Reporter

Chanting ‘arrest that judge,’ mob calls for ‘lawful rebellion’…

    * Action was in support of a man challenging his council tax bill
    * Police had to come into court to rescue judge from the chaos

Hundreds of protesters stormed a courtroom and attempted to make a citizens’ arrest on a judge in support of a man challenging his council tax bill.

In chaotic scenes, police rescued Judge Michael Peake from the clutches of a mob and escorted him safely from the County Court in Birkenhead, Merseyside.

Officers were forced to scramble over court benches to control the near riot as one protester shouted to ‘seal the court’. Another sat in the judge’s chair at the head of the court and declared the defendant be released.


Clash: Police pull away a protester after hundreds stormed Birkenhead county Court to make a citizens' arrest of the judgeClash: Police pull away a protester after hundreds stormed Birkenhead county Court to make a citizens’ arrest of the judge

Deafening cheers and chants could be heard from the crowd outside the courts and demonstrators used mobile phones to film arrests being made.

The protesters were from the anti-establishment British Constitution Group (BGC).

The demonstration was sparked when a prominent voice in the BCG, Roger Hayes, from Wirral, faced a bankruptcy hearing for non-payment of council tax.

Around 600 chanting demonstrators had massed around the court in support of Mr Hayes. Roads were blockaded and dozens of police officers deployed to keep order.


People power: Protesters surround a police van outside the courtPeople power: Council tax protesters surround a police van outside the court.


Rebellion: Roger Hayes is a prominent voice in the anti-authoritarian British Constitution GroupRebellion: Roger Hayes is a prominent voice in the anti-authoritarian British Constitution Group

After exchanges between Mr Hayes and the judge, protesters watching from the public gallery charged at Mr Peake to make a civil arrest, chanting ‘arrest that judge’.

A stand-off followed with several demonstrators staging a sit-down protest in front of police vehicles, refusing to let them pass. Several arrests were made and police dog-handlers called to the scene.

As he emerged from the court surrounded by his supporters, Mr Hayes said: ‘The judges are breaking the law in their own courts. I asked him [Mr Peake] if he was serving under his oath of office.

‘I asked three times for him to confirm this and he refused, so I civilly arrested the judge and I called upon some people in the court to assist me in this.

‘[The protesters] were acting lawfully and the police should not have arrested them.’

The BCG’s main aim is a rallying call for ‘lawful rebellion.’ Leaflets handed out by the crowd said: ‘We, the British People have a right to govern ourselves.

‘That right has been subjugated as a consequence of acts of treason having been committed by the collective political establishment, aided and abetted by corrupt segments of the judiciary, the police, the Church and the civil service.’

In 1997, Mr Hayes, a former member of UKIP, stood for election in Wallasey representing the Referendum Party against sitting Labour MP Angela Eagle. He polled 1,490 votes and finished fourth.

Raymond Saintclair , who organised the Birkenhead protest said: ‘Today was day one. This is going to happen again and again and again. We have sent a message to this court as one nation and one voice until change comes.’

The hearing was abandoned and will need to be re-arranged at a date to be fixed.


Protest: Around 600 demonstrators turned up at Birkenhead County Court to support British Constitution Group activist Roger Hayes
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More people are waking up all over the place...

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Great protest ..only down side was seeing the Liverpool BNP crawling around trying to make political gain and maximum PR from such an honourable cause!!!....jeez they are a pug ugly bunch of small minded bawbags ill tell yeh !!..

I was there till the end, the only trouble I saw was an old chap who had been knocked down by a Police van, and a rather vicious looking Police dog and handler. Other than that, it was a beautiful day. Lots of smiley happy divine beings!
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UK govt. orders protest footage censored

Thu May 26, 2011 12:0PM
source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/181830.html



The internet video sharing website YouTube has censored the footage of protests outside Birkenhead county court based on a request by the British government.

Some 600 activists from the British Constitution Group staged protests against a ruling on former member of UKIP Roger Hayes who has refused to pay council tax outside Birkenhead county court.

Hayes had challenged the local council to protest the government's moves which he sees as sacrificing Britain to globalist interests.

He has also attempted to prove that council tax is illegal.

Demonstrators chanting “freedom” and “arrest that judge” said they put Judge Michael Peake “under civil arrest” by surrounding him when he was going out of the court building him before police officers intervened and wrestled the judge away from the protestors.

Roger Hayes argued in the court that he has no contract with the government to pay council tax as there is an intricate distinction between himself as an individual and as a corporation, arguing that, therefore, council taxing is illegal.

Censorship of the YouTube footage related to the incident shows the government's fears of wide circulation of such information that could lead to national unrest similar to the 1990 troubles.

Back some 20 years ago, Britons staged massive poll tax riots, and forced Margaret Thatcher's government to end poll taxes.

Viewers trying to access the footage on YouTube receive the message “This content is not available in your country due to a government removal request”.

Those who follow up the message to learn more are told “YouTube occasionally receives requests from governments around the world to remove content from our site, and as a result, YouTube may block specific content in order to comply with local laws in certain countries”.

Analysts say the “local laws” commitment of YouTube allows the British government to limit, if not violate, its citizens' rights to express themselves.
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ENGLISHMEN ARREST AN UNLAWFUL (COMMON LAW) JUDGE AND SEIZE HIS COURT (OLERON LAW)
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