Power of Arrest

We the citizens have had enough of our corrupt elite. Our own police forces have proved themselves complicit in crime, and show their biased interests daily. They refuse to arrest our corrupt public servants, while protecting and enforcing corporate statute. We say enough. Grab a t-shirt and citizens arrest these criminals.  Please steal the logo, it is not about the money! The symbol is to show our united commitment in wanting justice. We see no other way, as protest is deemed as consent, and does no good, we figure it is time to go for the throat. Join us

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Peace Keeper Guidelines

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Peace Keeper Guidelines
1. A peace Keeper at all times stands under common law, law of the land, ‘god’s law’, DO NO HARM.
2. A peace Keeper serves the public, not a corporate body, not a council, local crown franchises, not a secret society and not a police interest.
3. A peace Keeper will work with the police authorities (local company employees) in any way possible in a peaceful, compliant manner on any common law grounds. (see rule 1)
4. A peace Keeper is a member of the public, with the public’s interest and safety as their one and only priority.
5. There are no ‘leaders’ in the peace Keeper movement, merely co-ordinaters for different situations.
6. Peace Keeper are here to scrutinize our public servants (local crown company employees), facilitate common law arrests, and see that common law prevails in a very corrupt society.
7. In all common law arrest situations, the peace Keeper will at every possible opportunity, work with local law enforcement (local company employees) in a LAWFUL manner. If the peace Keeper team feels hindered in a lawful arrest being made, further steps will be taken as to make sure arrest/enforcement/justice is completed in a LAWFUL manner.
8. Statutes and acts will not be used to keep a known criminal from being arrested under common law.
9. Peace Keeper do not see borders, districts, airports, embassies, safe houses or churches as a haven for a common law criminal.
10. At all times, absolutely no violence is to be used. This applies when making common law arrests and altercations with local law enforcement (local company employees). Self defense is down to an individual human at any given time and will have full support of the peace Keeper group. No weapons are ever to be used in making arrests. inc mace, cuffs, batons
11. At all times, events will be recorded by multi media means and Peace Keeper or police officers (local company employees), will be held fully accountable for their actions under common law.
12. At no time will a peace Keeper take part in a protest. We do not protest. We gather to make the local law enforcement (local company employees), and public servants (local crown company employees) do their jobs and/or make common law arrests. If the local law enforcement (local company employees) does not do their job, we will ask them to step aside and common law arrests will be implemented.
13. Peace Keepers will gather evidence how and where they can. We are here to arrest the corrupt in our society and make sure our public officials (local crown company employees) start acting in the interest of the people. If at times information is gathered, it will be fully available to local enforcement (local company employees).
14. Peace Keeper are completely voluntary. There is no financial recompense for attending arrests or meetings. We are merely concerned citizens in a very corrupt society.
15. No one is safe, or ‘untouchable’ under common law, NO-ONE.
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Private ‘persons’ power of arrest.

There is a risk at today’s event that “agents provocateurs” may attempt to stage breaches of the peace that the police will use to justify actions against persons attending the meeting or nearby. For that reason this reminder of the private person’s powers of arrest is being circulated.

Anyone whose actions appear to threaten the peace and are not directed towards preventing or reporting treasonous acts should be arrested. Such individuals will be photographed and may be fingerprinted before being given over to the custody of a constable. Private persons can justify searching a person to remove articles which may be used to cause injury or aid escape in the same way that constables do.

If arrested persons are found to be members of the police or security services they also will be the subject of complaints of treason and risk losing their employment and pensions.

“Held — The well-established principle that to detain a man against his will without arresting him was an unlawful act and a serious interference with a citizen’s liberty was subject to an equally well-established exception (which was not confined to detention effected by a police constable in the execution of his duty) that it was the right and duty at common law of every citizen in those presence an actual or reasonably apprehended breach of peace was being or about to be committed to make the person who was breaking or threatening to break the peace refrain from so doing and, in appropriate cases, to detain him against his will….”.

Albert v. Lavin 1981.

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“The individual is under certain common law duties to serve the public1. In practice he or she will now be called upon only in exceptional circumstances. Thus, although the maintenance of order is the function of professional police forces, every citizen is under a duty to assist in the quelling of disturbances and the maintenance of the Queen’s peace2; and if a person refuses to accede to the request of a magistrate, a sheriff or a constable to assist in preserving the peace, he commits an offence at common law3.
2.See de Smith and Brazier Constitutional and Administrative Law (7th Edn) p 416; Wade and Bradley Constitutional and Administrative Law (11th Edn, 1993) p 549. The duty of the police to maintain the peace is initially based on the duty of the constable as an ordinary individual, but their powers and duties have been greatly extended by statute: see generally POLICE. “………

Halsbury’s Laws of England.

In plain terms, every person has a common law obligation to maintain the Queens Peace and prevent crimes both as individuals and when called upon by others to assist them. This is the reason why both private persons and members of police forces have powers of arrest and can call upon each other for help.

In the event that a “Lawful Rebel” is arrested, they are recommended to exercise their right of silence until they obtain legal representation. This document will aid their defence.

In addition to breach of the peace, “other person “ (non police) powers of arrest are confirmed in statute law. “Indictable” offences are serious ones and include treason and fraud.

“Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 section 24A.

Arrest without warrant: other persons.

(2) Where an indictable offence has been committed, a person other than a constable may arrest without a warrant –

(angel) anyone who is guilty of the offence;

(beer) anyone whom he has reasonable grounds for suspecting to be guilty of it.

For example, a private person might witness a serious crime such as treason, fraud or criminal damage and therefore know that it had been committed. That witness would have a power of arrest. Other persons, even if they had not witnessed the crime themselves, would be obliged to assist in making the arrest if called upon by the witness, unless it was clearly unreasonable.

It is important to be aware that there are statutory limitations on the power of arrest which respect the common law liberty of the subject to be free from being arrested except when it is necessary.

“Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 section 24A.

(3) But the power of summary arrest conferred by subsection (1) or (2) is exercisable only if

(angel) the person making the arrest has reasonable grounds for believing that for any of the reasons mentioned in subsection (4) it is necessary to arrest the person in question; and

(beer) it appears to the person making the arrest that it is not reasonably practicable for a constable to make it instead.

(4) The reasons are to prevent the person in question-

(angel) causing physical injury to himself or any other person;

(beer) suffering physical injury;

(coffee) causing loss of or damage to property; or

(d) making off before a constable can assume responsibility for him.

In other words, if a constable is present at the scene of an indictable offence, he should make the arrest and private persons should assist him.

The lawful status of a constable is the subject of controversy which has yet to be settled. The traditional police oath of office is as follows:

“I do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve Our Sovereign Lady the Queen in the office of constable, without fear or affection, malice or ill will, and that I will to the best of my power cause the peace to be kept and preserved, and prevent all offences against the persons and properties of Her Majesty’s subjects and that while I continue to hold the said office I will to the best of my skill and knowledge discharge all the duties thereof faithfully according to law.”

As a result of the Police Reform Act 2002 this was changed to;

’I………………..of………………..do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm that I will well and truly serve the Queen in the office of constable, with fairness, integrity, diligence and impartiality, upholding fundamental human rights and according equal respect to all people; and that I will, to the best of my power, cause the peace to be kept and preserved and prevent all offences against people and property; and that while I continue to hold the said office I will, to the best of my skill and knowledge, discharge all the duties thereof faithfully according to law.’”

By removing the words “Our Sovereign Lady” the writer of that oath has compiled a document which imagines the death of the sovereign which is a treasonable document under the 1351 treason Act. It has also removed the Style and Honour of Her Majesty as a Sovereign Queen by law established, which is an offence of Treason contrary to the 1848 Treason Felony Act. Substituting “all people” for “Her Majesties Subjects” has the same effect.

The result of this is that the legal validity of the oath is compromised and persons who have taken it are almost certainly not lawful constables. If in doubt, ask a constable which oath he took to be sure before relying on him to make an arrest or handing over a person whom you have arrested into his custody. Age is not an infallible guide. Police forces have recruited people in their 50’s in recent years.

Magna Carta 1215 Chapter 45 states: “ We will appoint as justices, constables, sheriffs, or bailiffs only such as know the law of the realm and mean to observe it well”. Lack of knowledge, or lack of co-operation in this matter, may be the subject of complaint which should be made to police supervisors at the square or at a police station.

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Grand Jury & Peace Keeper workshops

Hello Peace Keepers and upstanding members of humanity everywhere.

we have decided to set up workshops around the country. These workshops will be emphasizing on common law. We will be teaching how to set up a grand jury/common law court and then the implementation of peace keeping units in your area. A common Law court in your area is capable of writing the common law warrants our world so desperately needs. These warrants will be for the common law criminals directly operating in your area. The untouchable Councillors, judges, ranking police officers (company men), pedophiles, lawyers, freemasons, and the list goes on and on.

These workshops will be held by Guy Taylor (legend), and myself Kai Holloway. We aim to set these up monthly in your area, and will be given full Lawful back up as and when required.

We require humans from all areas of UK to contact us and arrange to set these workshops up. We must act now before the fascist dictatorship really brings the hammer down.

Can we afford to wait? Contact me now.

Peace/Love kai

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