The Great ‘Penal Sum’ Court Remedy
In court the government (corporation) agents need you (man/woman) to attachyourself to the strawman/artificial entity. They also need your consent to thesubsequent express (written, clearly stated offers/agreements) and implied(assumed/attached/unspoken) offers of contract/agreement. They can obtain yourconsent in many ways such as your acquiescence (silence), answering their questionswith a statement (master – slave) and allowing them to address you as thestrawman/legal fiction entity.
If they do keep trying this last one even after you have clearly explained that thestrawman isn’t you, simply say,
“I grant you that courtesy.”
takes care of the problem and doesn’t get you into any controversy. By the way, the government agentsreally dislike this technique, so have fun and remember the legal world is laughable.
Now what the courts do NOT want you to know is that inside the judges/magistratesprivate file (the Clerk only has access to the public file which is very different) thereexists a great remedy; this is called the ‘penal sum’, or some like to call it the ‘TrueBill’. Now this penal sum
(a sum agreed upon in a bond, to be forfeited if thecondition of the bond is not fulfilled
Blacks Law 5
is basically the totaloutstanding amount (set by a bond) to cover the whole case on that particular day.
(By the way it will also have VAT attached to it; sounds very much like a run for profit business does it not?)
Now you might believe you are in court to assist the government agents, corporativepolice authorities and the legal fiction strawman in say an alleged £50.00 speedingticket, yet the penal sum amount will be much higher, and if this amount does not getsettled then the strawman will receive a fine and penalty points etc as punishment fornot settling the accounts in this matter. Yet if this secretive amount gets taken care of with ‘accepted for value’, then the case is terminated as no further debt/liability existsto act upon on.
By the way, the penal sum remedy works in all alleged statutory offences, not just speeding tickets etc.
Now once you have worked through creating the void between you and the strawmanand have this on record, it is time to deal with the great hidden remedy matter athand…the penal sum.1.
For and on the record sir, will you be fair, open and honest here today andassist me in assisting the court?2.
What is the penal sum for this case?
(Now this will get a response that might surprise you; as your question will surprise them all! If they try to squirm onthis issue, try, “For and on the record sir, are you
to disclose the penal sum and therefore obstructing me in attempting to settle this matter?)
To assist me in assisting the court, can you please hand it to me?