A GRAND JURY HANDBOOK FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE ISLES OF BRITAIN
Following an unlawful eviction from his home on 04 November 2010, that was RM’s fifth solstice/yuletide of being homeless. Whilst he has had the welcome shelter offered by an old and dear friend, it is, of course, not home. That place that was his home was violently stolen and later unlawfully bought in a half price sale by a loose associate who is only now familiar with the maxim,
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house.
Rarely does a day go by without RM considering, if only for a moment, how he was disseised (1) of his home, a place that he had, over 16 years, paid double (£67, 474 on a phony ‘loan’ of £34,150) the value of a false advance and void mortgage, as deceptively procured by a former friend who was acting as his trusted conveyancing solicitor at the time of its formation and, for which he was paid a handsome commission. Home improvements and individual creativity were also poured into his home. It was indefatigably his. He had, so to speak, stamped his presence on the place and, in equity and at law, he owned it fair and square, having been the originator by way of the valuable cash asset as provided to the bank by way of the false deed of mortgage.
All of which, of course, is why any eviction is a most serious matter for all involved. In this case, agents at the Land Registry, Nottingham County Court judges, the bailiffs, David Caress and Brian Busby, the chief constable, Chris Eyre and the lying lawyers of DrydensFairfax of Bradford will, at some point not too far away, be getting the comeuppance they so richly deserve for their part in the genocidal eviction.
For reasons that will be apparent only to those readers who take the time to read the posts and listen to the podcasts on this site, it is also true to state that a return to the family home has not been possible.
RM is also not prone to making public announcements concerning his private life but on this occasion, an exception is made.
Here it is:
This, being the fifth and final occasion, was the last yuletide without a home for the RM: by next December, at the latest, he will be in a new home, somewhere on the isles of Albion/Prydein/Britain or, as it was once poetically known, the Land of Milk & Honey.
Once he is re-established in his new home, it is anticipated that there will be a further resurgence in his creative efforts. In other words, the lessons and experiences of the last four years have served him well but it is now time to move on, up and, at least as far as city life is concerned, out.
By way of the pamphleteering traditions of the people of these Isles and, in the spirit of the ever burgeoning gifting economy, please find attached the promised Grand Jury Handbook for the People of the Isles of Britain. At 23 pages, it is succinct enough to read at one sitting and may, should one wish it, be considered as a gift from RM to his fellow Islanders and all those who have been wronged by the various apparatus of the fake state.
Please take the time to read its contents and print off as many copies as one can to distribute as far and wide as possible for, and let’s be honest about this, there are many who will benefit from this publication.
A handbook of this nature would be incomplete without mentioning the ancient history of the jury system which goes back to 2400 years ago and the establishment of the Moelmutine laws which created a system of equity – justice with no fear or favour. That system is in our ancestral blood and the time is coming when the wonderful people of these islands, being well-aware of their common law inheritance, will stand up to claim it.
They will simply have no other choice, for it is in their very nature to assert their ancient common law, with its protections, customs and rights. This pamphlet aims to humbly assist that inevitable occurrence.
Best wishes to all and heartfelt gratitude to all readers, supporters and anyone who is able to make a donation by way of appreciation for the handbook.
One trusts one finds it genuinely useful.
1 DISSEISED pleading. This is a word with a technical meaning, which, when inserted in an indictment for forcible entry and detainer, has all the force of the words expelled or unlawfully, for the last is superfluous, and the first is implied in the word disseised. 8 T. R. 357; Cro. Jac. 32; vide 3 Yeates’ R. 39; S. C. 4 Dall. Rep. 212.
DISSEISEE, torts. One who is wrongfully put out of possession of his lands. Bouviers Law Dictionary