Notice of Claim of Immunity From ExtraditionDATE: ______________ TO: The Honourable Rob Nicholson, P.C., Q.C., M.P. for Niagara Falls, Minister of Justice andAttorney General of CanadaCC: To whom it may concern,Hello and Good day! I am _____________________________ and I am writing in regards to my rightto claim immunity from extradition. Although I am not to my knowledge presently under any sort of investigation, nor do I expect to be, I am taking this step because it is my right, and I wish for others,specifically Marc Emery, to be aware that they too have this right. I realize you have a difficult job, butI am also aware that you sought this job of your own volition, and have accepted certain duties.Amongst them is recognizing and respecting the rights of the people of Canada and it is my belief thatwe are not your chattel, cattle or property that may be surrendered as one would a soldier or property.It is clear to me that according to the Criminal Code of Canada, the Extradition Act and theConstitution Act, any one in Canada may claim immunity from extradition by way of the common lawunless they are subject of a request by the UN. I also noticed that the United States is not listed as a partner as defined in the Extradition Act and yet I am aware that Marc Emery is awaiting surrender tothe United States under that Act. All these discrepancies cause more than a little concern, and in order to ensure I and others do not suffer the same politically motivated fate and injustice as Marc Emery, Iam hereby claiming immunity from extradition effective immediately and permanently. It is also my position, that since equality is paramount under the law, then no one has the power to dispute my claimof immunity without claiming I am their property or their chattel. Here is the key section of theExtradition Act which highlights our ability to do these things:
No immunity6.1Despite any other Act or law, no person who is the subject of a request for surrenderby the International Criminal Court or by any international criminal tribunal that isestablished by resolution of the Security Council of the United Nations and whosename appears in the schedule, may claim immunity under common law or by statutefrom arrest or extradition under this Act.
Another less deceptive and ambiguous way of saying the same thing is this: Anyone can claimimmunity from extradition under the common law or statute unless they are the subject of a request for surrender by the International Criminal Court or by any international criminal tribunal that isestablished by resolution of the Security Council of the United Nations and whose name appears in theschedule.As human beings, we are not the property of others that can be surrendered like cattle. The people whocraft these words know that and within them there is remedy. It is easy to see how they are deceptivetoo. This section is titled No immunity, yet when you look at what it says, and count the people whocan claim immunity versus those who cannot you quickly see that the latter group is far smaller.Should it not then be called Immunity? By labelling it as 'No immunity' they are relying on a form of neural linguistic programming which in conjunction with your previous programming received inschool will cause you to automatically start thinking in the negative sense, and will then fail to see the positive aspects which are the remedy. The other tool used in the neural programming sense is theintentional creation of confusion caused by taking two ideas, and inserting one inside the other, breaking up the important one. In this case we see two concepts. The first is the common law right to