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    Default The "Living Man" Defeats Judge Via Universal Natural Law

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    Uhhh...

    Random as fuck. First of all, a right to forage for food doesn't give you the right to resist arrest. Second of all, if he'd have let her finish, she'd have said he wasn't being tried, that it was a preliminary hearing, and he wasn't under arrest. So he was free to leave at any time.

    He basically went in free to leave, interrupted the judge for no reason, then stormed out for no reason.

    So I have no idea what this has to do with anything.
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    That was improper of them to run away like that, and basically a bit dishonorable, the only way to properly leave a court is when the bailiff escorts you back out through to and through the door. At least that's how I was treated one time after a high court hearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zangetshumody View Post
    That was improper of them to run away like that, and basically a bit dishonorable, the only way to properly leave a court is when the bailiff escorts you back out through to and through the door. At least that's how I was treated one time after a high court hearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkae. View Post
    Uhhh...

    Random as fuck. First of all, a right to forage for food doesn't give you the right to resist arrest. Second of all, if he'd have let her finish, she'd have said he wasn't being tried, that it was a preliminary hearing, and he wasn't under arrest. So he was free to leave at any time.

    He basically went in free to leave, interrupted the judge for no reason, then stormed out for no reason.

    So I have no idea what this has to do with anything.
    In my country you have the right to resist an illegal arrest; which is something one might have to make obvious just as the arrest is under process. My personal favorite way of resisting arrest (which is very helpful as evidence later in court) is to tense all the muscles in your upper body as you are being hand cuffed and keeping your upper body tense as you are being handled and verbally protesting your treatment and averring all manner of illegality that has befallen you, until you are ordered to be quiet (which is where the muscle tensity is helpful later on as custody of your body is being transferred between police/corrections personal). As the physical strain you put yourself under will bear testimony of your resistance to the illegal arrest- then they have to first prove the arrest was legal (if you properly assert this issue must be dealt with first in court), which will be hard for them to prove if you know how to cross examine and your conduct was not in breach of the peace. [That's how it works in my country anyway.]

    If you acquiesce to an arrest, you will always be on shaky ground, unless you can explain your ignorance for not understanding the fact that you 'didn't disagree about being arrested'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    The Living Man does not recognize such corporate fictions as the term "dishonorable."
    The fault I was pointing out was not that he was 'dishonouble', it was that he 'ran away'- which is fine for him to do, I just wonder why he cant act on his own. Are those people helping him getting some lasting benefit from their assistance? Are they trying to learn to be like him? Or did they just help him put on a good performance in court so as to just spectate something out of the ordinary? A living man is essentially not fit for gender relations, so I just wonder how grating it must be absorbing his presence for those 'hand maidens' in the video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zangetshumody View Post
    The fault I was pointing out was not that he was 'dishonouble', it was that he 'ran away'- which is fine for him to do, I just wonder why he cant act on his own. Are those people helping him getting some lasting benefit from their assistance? Are they trying to learn to be like him? Or did they just help him put on a good performance in court so as to just spectate something out of the ordinary? A living man is essentially not fit for gender relations, so I just wonder how grating it must be absorbing his presence for those 'hand maidens' in the video.
    You're assuming he ran away, and you're assuming those are hand maidens. The Living Man does not run away from a corporate fiction, he challenges it. And those other people looked like his family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    You're assuming he ran away, and you're assuming those are hand maidens. The Living Man does not run away from a corporate fiction, he challenges it. And those other people looked like his family.
    What position in the family was the living man occupying? and what is the definition of a hand maiden? My answers to these questions are reconciled in support of my claim, please tell me your answers to these questions so we can discuss the matter further; or we can just try and assume that you are right without any illustration by explanation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zangetshumody View Post
    What position in the family was the living man occupying? and what is the definition of a hand maiden? My answers to these questions are reconciled in support of my claim, please tell me your answers to these questions so we can discuss the matter further; or we can just try and assume that you are right without any illustration by explanation.
    What do you mean by your previous statement, "A living man is essentially not fit for gender relations"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    You're assuming he ran away, and you're assuming those are hand maidens. The Living Man does not run away from a corporate fiction, he challenges it. And those other people looked like his family.
    Are you saying your family is allowed to give you permission to leave from a court proceeding without the assent of a judicial officer? And that such an act could never be correctly described as 'running away' to a third party? Yes the judge might of left him there in that room for a very long time, trying to force the living man to run away (because he is not under her jurisdiction and she doesn't want to leave a record that she can't deal with him), but that doesn't make what happened any less improper to anyone who cares about good standing. To me it's just sad that the legal knowledge over there hasn't developed to such an extent to produce 'time lords', or 'Shepard's', or 'parental's of the logos' (however you care to see the full formed 'corporate fiction' (or person) with good standing).
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