Things to Remember when you get pulled over by the Police

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Post  Clint on Tue Mar 24, 2009 9:09 am

So you got pulled over?

Things to remember regardless of situation;
• Never Shift ground off a winning argument. He, who speaks first after a winning argument, loses.
• Or shift off the solid ground off human rights and / or the blessing.
• Do not defend allegations made by the police or other authorities on the side of the road or other places that are not meant for the allegation to be heard.
• The NSW Police for is not under the crown of the commonwealth, is a corporation; therefore has no valid jurisdiction over you.
• Do not be drawn into emotional debates with the police, they are trained to be aggressive when it’s needed, and trigger your emotions to draw you into an emotional debate.
• Never say more than necessary.
• Never lose your temper, stay cool calm and collected. This will help cool the situation, and give the impression you know what you’re talking about.
For most fines involving being pulled over;
1. Ask why you have been pulled over.
2. Say ‘I conditionally accept your claim upon proof of cause’. In other words you’re asking for proof.
3. Remember – He pulled you over, so if anyone should identify him/herself, it should be them. After all, how do you know it’s not an imposter?
4. ASK FOR THE SCHEMATICS OF THE CAMERA, THE FORMLUA’S FOR DIFFERENT ATMOSPHERICAL CONDITIONS, TEMPERATURES AND LIGHT LEVELS.
5. ASK FOR THE USER TO SHOW HE IS A VALID CERTIFIED USER OF THE CAMERA.
6. ASK FOR THE CAMERAS RECENT, UP TO DATE, CALIBRATION CHARTS.
7. Unless a valid claim, valid meaning a reason that seems viable to you and your conscience that is in good standing as a member of your community and the electors’ parliament etc, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SHOW ID.
8. Useful statement, ‘Your discretionary power doesn’t extend as far as vetoing my constitutional rights in the absence of a proper bonified cause of action’.
9. He must ‘cease and desist’ meaning be on his way.


For fines that do not have a camera of video of any substantial proof, and reply completely on the police officers allegations, even less info is needed. Use steps 1-3 and 7-9.
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