Steve Bannon interviews Jam for Freedom founder, Cambel McLaughlin - WAR... via @YouTube
Join @JamForFreedomUK at Westminster Magistrates Court from 9am Friday. @WAPFLondon will be there, we've been working with Campbell to provide him a defence statement and support in court.
JAM FOR FREEDOM TRIAL- Is £10k the price of freedom?🎇
Firstly, Jam for Freedom were entitled at the time to assemble in groups of 30 or less, his band had far less. Secondly, he only organised his band, in a public park he has no control over the crowd. The Police could have asked the crowd to disperse but chose the easy target.
Secondly, they nonetheless had a right to petition, assemble and peacefully protest. Art.5 Bill of Rights (1688) "That it is the Right of the Subjects to petition the King and all Commitments and Prosecutions for such Petitioning are Illegall." legislation.gov.uk/aep/WillandMar…
Scotland's Claim of Rights (1689) that the Acts of Union communicated to England says the same thing. "That it is the right of the subjects to petition the King and that all Imprisonments and prosecutiones for such petitioning are Contrary to law"
legislation.gov.uk/aep/WillandMar…
USA borrowed this for its First Amendment. "the right to petition the government for redress of grievances". We see redress of grievance in the 1688 Bill of Rights in Art.13 regarding the purpose of @UKParliament. Petitioning & Democracy are cognate rights en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Ame…
US Supreme Court has stated that:
“A petition conveys the special concerns of its author to the government and, in its usual form, re-quests action by the government to address those concerns.”
tile.loc.gov/storage-servic…
Duryea v. Guarnieri (2010), 564 U.S. 379 (2011)
US Supreme Court has also stated that:
"the right to speak and the right to petition and the right to peaceful assembly are "cognate rights."
Thomas v. Collins, 323 U. S. 516, 530 (1945)
tile.loc.gov/storage-servic…
It was illegal for @MetPoliceEvents to pretend that the right to assemble to petition had been suspended.
Art.1 Bill of Rights (1688) "That the pretended Power of Suspending of Laws or the Execution of Laws by Regall Authority without Consent of Parlyament is illegall."
Secondarily the Freedom of assembly and association in the 1998 Human Rights Act was not expressly effected by Coronavirus Regulations.
legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/42/…
And, with the UK not adopting Article.15 ECHR into the Human Rights Act, these rights have NO DEROGATIONS FOR ANY UK EMERGENCY.
legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/42/…
"evil Counsellors have endeavoured to make all Men to apprehend the Loss of their Lives, Liberties, Honours and Estates, if they should go about to preserve themselves from this Oppression by Petitions, Representations, or other Means authorized by Law."
british-history.ac.uk/commons-jrnl/v…

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