Tyranny and Sovereign Immunity
Sovereign Immunity, and immunity of the aristocracy against prosecution by any others than their peers wereinherent prerequisite for emergence of the original Raubritter Zeit in Germany (~13th Century), and the RobberBaron Era in the United States (late 19th, early 20th Centuries).Today, corrupt and criminal government officials, as well as financial institutions and their executives are againimmune to prosecution, enabling their conduct as the new Robber Barons.
 11-04-21 "In Financial Crisis, No Prosecutions of Top Figures" - Because of widespread corruption of the justicesystem, they are effectively immune
Unlawful deprivation of life, liberty and property
Arbitrary and capricious deprivation of life, liberty, and property were commonplace in the Middle Ages.Likewise, unlawful deprivation of life, liberty and property were common in the 19th century Robber Baron Era inthe United States.The same phenomena have also become widespread during the 21st century Medieval Digital Era.
One of only 4 surviving exemplifications of the 1215 text,
Cotton MS. Augustus II. 106
, property of the British Library
Barons of King John of England
The Magna Carta established the principle that the sovereign is prohibited from depriving the life, liberty, orproperty without due process under the law of the land.Needless to say, in the Magna Carta itself, these fundamental rights were won only by lords. Due Process of the Lawof the Land was deemed a jury of peers as well - meaning other lords.Regardless, the Magna Carta over the centuries was revered as a major achievement of the English legal system,which established "Liberty by Law".