Cash is no good for debts! – section 115

Leonard Clampett repeatedly claimed it was impossible for him to pay fines, tolls, and other state debts because section 115 of the constitution 1 states the government can accept only coins made of gold or silver as payment for debts. He last regurgitated his previously rejected theories in 2012, in Brisbane Magistrates Court, 2 after he was snapped by a speed camera. He argued he could not pay the $200 speeding fine, because “there is no gold and silver coins in … Continue reading Cash is no good for debts! – section 115
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