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Have you received a Covid fine or been Arrested?

Here are some thoughts for you if you are considering to refuse to pay the fine or have been arrested and are being taken to Court by the Victorian Police.

(If the Magistrate asks you if you’re Guilty or Not Guilty, you should reply ‘Not Guilty’.  It is then the requirement of the Prosecution to prove that you are Guilty)

Ask politely if you can address the Court:

Your Honour, in my Defence I believe these Covid Restrictions and Lockdowns are unlawful, and are against the Australian Constitution and Australian Human Rights and have no basis in Statistics or Science.

This Defence is currently being tested in the High Court of Australia, Your Honour.

In a current associated Melbourne Magistrates’ Court matter relating to these Covid Restrictions and Lockdowns, Case L12182685 Your Honor, a Section 40 application under the Federal Judiciary Act of 1903, to remove matters of ‘Questions of Law’ has been successfully approved for adjudication by the High Court of Australia. (HCA Case C2/2021).

(Hand the Magistrate the approved HCA S40 Application C2/2021 – see attachment below)

Matter L12182685 has been set aside until Friday, 18 June 2021 10:00 AM to await the High Court adjudication.

In addition Your Honour ‘Questions of Fact’ have also been tabled to this Court.

Your Honour I hereby serve these ‘Questions of Fact’ to the Court in my matter, which ‘Questions of Fact’ need to be answered by the Prosecution.

It is our argument, Your Honour, that there is no statistical nor scientific basis for this Victorian Covid Lockdown and thus this Lockdown is in addition to being Constitutionally unlawful and against Australian Human Rights, this Lockdown has no basis in statistics nor science, and needs to be lifted and discontinued immediately.

(Hand the Magistrate the Questions of Fact – see attachment below)

As both these ‘Questions of Law’ and ‘Questions of Fact’ are highly pertinent to my matter Your Honour, I request the Court to delay the hearing of my matter until after the High Court adjudication of Case C2/2021 is received by the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court.

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