I’ve just recieved an email from The Common Law Society:
Norman Scarth the 86 year old WWII veteran will be at the Appeal Court on Friday, Case 2011/04646 B1 in the Royal Courts of Justice on the Strand in London this 9th December 2011.
Please support Norman Scarth for the Appeal of his Conviction.
Norman Scarth was never able to Appeal his conviction at the earlier hearing on the 9 September 2011, this due to apparently being forced contracted when the result was that he was released as the Appeal was only addressing the fact that he was in Prison unfairly and therefore it was only the Prison Sentence that was ever quashed.
This is another chance to address the issue of recording in Court, especially given that at the earlier hearings it was only ever proven that Norman had a recording device, but was never proven that it was being used, and being that if it was, there was, and still is a case for ‘necessity’ due to the perceived corruption going on within the Court room which ultimately could have ended in a loss of life for such an elderly gentleman of 86, as Norman Scarth is, if a Judge, as he did chose to send him to Prison to acheive the end result of silencing him.
General Law Knowledge: if ‘necessity’ can be proven in a case it is due to the fact that there is a life or death situation and that by taking the action that is deemed as being ‘necessary’ to prevent loss of life, an action that may be considered a breach of Law is then considered as not being a breach of Law in that situation “as, ‘necessity’ knows no Law“.
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