Leonard Clampett

Leonard Clampett ran a number of proposed constitutional arguments, but the main contention seems to be the section 115 currency argument which appears in many of his cases. He was also among the plaintiffs in Halliday v The Commonwealth of Australia [2000] FCA 950 which contested the Goods and Services Tax, and the New Tax … Continue reading Leonard Clampett

Kobylski v Cole [2006] QDC 308

Kobylski v Cole [2006] QDC 308 “The relevant facts in respect of each of the five sets of appeals are remarkably similar. The appellant, on each occasion, was intercepted by police while driving a motor vehicle. On each occasion the appellant asserted that the motor vehicle he was driving was registered with an organisation known … Continue reading Kobylski v Cole [2006] QDC 308

Maxwell Hugh Wilson

The appellants received a sequestration order and failed to make out and file with the Official Receiver a statement of affairs, and were subsequently convicted. They contended that the manner in which the magistrate had proceeded was unlawful by virtue of the provisions about discrimination contained in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, … Continue reading Maxwell Hugh Wilson

Independent Sovereign State of Australia

Cameron v Beattie [2001] QCA 392 "For reasons that will become apparent I shall refer to the appellant by his full name Donald Gordon Cameron.  He brought an action in the Supreme Court for declaratory relief, including a declaration that the latest State election was invalid.  His statement of claim was summarily dismissed by Justice … Continue reading Independent Sovereign State of Australia

Barrett-Lennard v Bembridge [2015] WASC 353

In BarrettLennard -v- Bembridge [2015] WASC 353 the appellant contended Biblical law is supreme and that the magistrate refused to hear Biblical references as vowed to be upheld by its supreme governor Queen Elizabeth II in her Coronation oath, and that due to Deuteronomy 4:2 Christians cannot be compelled to hold a drivers licence, give accurate details … Continue reading Barrett-Lennard v Bembridge [2015] WASC 353

Roberts v Harkness [2018] VSCA 215

In Roberts v Harkness [2018] VSCA 215 the respondent challenged the jurisdiction of the court, over "a matter of a soul in a body living its fundamental and common law right to travel by the Blessing of Almighty God". The magistrate excluded Mr Harkness from the courtroom on account of his persistent misbehaviour, summarily rejecting his … Continue reading Roberts v Harkness [2018] VSCA 215

Gregory John Tudehope

Cairns magistrate issues warrant for man who walked out of court case A magistrate has issued a warrant for the arrest of a ­Manoora man who stormed out of court and swore after ­arguing Queensland law did not apply to him. Gregory John Tudehope, 64, was pulled over in Manunda this month with his car … Continue reading Gregory John Tudehope

Kosteska v Magistrate Manthey & Anor [2013] QCA 105

Kosteska v Phillips; Kosteska v Commissioner of Police [2011] QCA 266 The applicant contended that the Court of Appeal was not a lawfully established court and raised a complaint that the only form of legal tender was gold or silver coin, in defence of a cannabis charge. Of note in this case is the references … Continue reading Kosteska v Magistrate Manthey & Anor [2013] QCA 105

R v Stoneman [2013] QCA 209

In R v Stoneman [2013] QCA 209 the applicant contended judicial bias for not upholding "an unalienable right of the private individual to use the common ways to travel as per the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" without a licence, insisting only the use of a motor vehicle for commercial purposes is … Continue reading R v Stoneman [2013] QCA 209

U.S. case law: licence v freedom of travel

I have read quite a few comments from people online in Australia, that there exists in the U.S. a legal method that allows Americans to drive without a license. Before I lay this myth to rest with two appeal cases in the Federal Courts, I will elaborate on the right to freedom of travel in … Continue reading U.S. case law: licence v freedom of travel

Rainima v Magistrate Freund [2008] NSWSC 944

Rainima v Magistrate Freund [2008] NSWSC 944 "It seems that the group (UPMART) holds strong views about the legitimacy of aspects of this State’s traffic legislation. Certainly, the plaintiff does. Whatever the views of the group might be, this appeal turns upon the attitude of the plaintiff as it was articulated by her in the … Continue reading Rainima v Magistrate Freund [2008] NSWSC 944

Dax Coxon

Gold Coast Pirates of the Caribbean actor says he will drive unlicensed again despite conviction. Dax Coxon, whose online profile says he starred alongside Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Dead Men Tell No Tales, filmed on the Gold Coast last year, put on a swashbuckling performance but failed to win over his … Continue reading Dax Coxon

Sam Jones

Sam Jones 1 operates the Corporate Australia 2 website. There are countless articles on this website relating to the "strawman" and "common law" myths, with an added twist of the "corporate government" myth to incite an emotional response from the reader, to "fire them up" about how truly terrible it is that we are living under … Continue reading Sam Jones

Van den Hoorn v Ellis [2010] QDC 451

In Van den Hoorn v Ellis [2010] QDC 451 the appellant contended he was the “owner of the created fictions known as JOHAN HENDRICK VAN DEN HOORN and JOHN HENRY VAN DEN HOORN, being created fictions fraudulently owned and controlled by legal fictions” which included “australia inc” and “queensland inc”, as well as “queensland transport inc” … Continue reading Van den Hoorn v Ellis [2010] QDC 451

Early OPCA Influence in Australia

Upmart (Malcolm McClure)  Ucadia  (Frank O’Collins) Love For Life (Arthur & Fiona Cristian) Peter Andrew Nolan Throughout the 2000s, OPCA concepts became increasingly cross-contaminated. Foreign concepts and legislation, such as A4V and the Uniform Commercial Code became common features in OPCA legal proceedings in the Commonwealth, sometimes alone and sometimes in combination with domestic concepts. … Continue reading Early OPCA Influence in Australia