"JERSEY'S EVENING PROPAGANDA"
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Cyril was up for another parking fine, and Bridget? Well Bridget
was up for another Citizens Arrest!!!
Below, Cyril takes us through the motions, and the emotions of an
'alleged Magistrate' that is fast losing the plot.
So, it was back to the magistrates court for some more
attempted extortion by criminals infancy dress outfits.
It’s getting to feel like a second home for me.
I keep them guessing as to what tactics I might employ.
Believe me, they are so criminal
there is no shortage of subject matter to choose from.
Last Monday I thought I’d go for the ruffling of the feathers routine.
They called me, then this…
C;(standing in the doorway to the court) To Bridget “Madam, are you operating under your Oath of Office at this time?"
BS; I am not prepared to have that discussion……
C;(quite loudly) Why not?
C; I have the right to know in what capacity you are presuming to sit in judgment over me.
BS; No you don’t....(That’s right, these gangsters would like to sit in judgment over us, using a secret authority in a secret jurisdiction and they think we should politely accept this!)
C;(laughing) yes I do....
I asked her the same Oath of Office question again, and after listening to her splutter for a while, I then arrested her for "Misconduct In A Public Office". I asked the usher to call the police, he refused, so I asked Ian too call the police, I then sat down in the public gallery. Whilst this was going on, Bridget was barking out garbage about contempt of court and getting visibly red in the face and very angry, eventually calling for the police herself.
PC Steve arrived first,
I explained to Steve what had just happened and invited him to speak with the witnesses in the public gallery, he refused to do so.
PC Danny then arrived, pumped up and moving apace, Danny immediately told me I was under arrest (though he neglected to inform me what I was under arrest for), he grabbed my right arm and tried to twist it up behind my back. I told him I was not a violent man and that I would not resist so there was no need for his violence against me, fair play to you Danny, you did release the pressure.
Neither Steve nor Danny were prepared to call their Inspector as I had requested, rather just blindly following the orders of Bridget Shaw as though what she had said was Gospel!
On the way down to the cells we had a cordial and candid conversation highlighting their lack of education of the law, I know their bosses keep ‘em in the dark and feed them bullshit, but they should ponder on the fact that magistrates will always dishonour their Oaths of Office on Jersey, and why this should be so?
Out of earshot of the court, both Steve and Danny were niceness itself, are they starting to realise that they are being used to enforce policy rather than the Law, by a disparate group of lawyers who have hijacked justice on Jersey?
To much to hope for? Yeah, you’re right.
After a peaceful hour in the interview room (upgrade from a cell for frequent visitors?), it was back to the DOCK.
BS; Will you apologise for raising your voice to me?
(what rarefied air do these nutters breath? It was Shaw herself who lost it and shouted at me. My friends in the public gallery told me Bridget needed a 20 minute recess to regain her composure).
C; I have nothing to apologise for madam
BS; In regard to the contempt of court charge….
C; You are not on your Oath of Office, you are the one in contempt, not me. This is not a court, It’s a tribunal and there’s no contempt of court at tribunals.
Lawrence O’Donnell;(crown advocate) ma am, as this is a minor contempt I propose a warning this time.
C; I do not consent to that.
C; I do not consent to that.
BS; You must come to court to answer bail.
C; There is no bail at tribunals.
Bridget Shawthen went on to fix a trial date, needless to say I used the phrase “I do not consent to that” a fair bit in those exchanges. She also forgot the sole purpose of my being there....To enter a plea to the Mickey Mouse charge!
Obviously this account is from memory and is not verbatim. We are not allowed to record these criminals practicing their fraud on the people, and the court. God forbid, there should be a true record of these crimes.