UPDATE ON : a man, a Sovereign Constitution, Drogheda District Court, a legal valid bona fide license

UPDATE ON : a man, a Sovereign Constitution, Drogheda District Court, a legal valid bona fide license

I have been following a particular case is Drogheda District court for the last number of months involving a man looking to have his case heard under the 1919 Sovereign constitution as is his right. He has asked the court to provide its legal valid bona fide license to operate. ( I will explain later why this man is entitled to look for this.)

Well on this day April 7th 2017 the man arrived in the court took his seat and waited for the case to be called he was number 35 on a long list. The court house was full to capacity with standing room only as there were many cases before the court on this day. Judge Coughlan presiding.

So the case was called and as the man was making his way up to the front of the court the prosecuting Garda  Inspector Brendan Cadden and Judge John Coughlan began to hear the case. I heard the man say “I present me the man here now“. He attempted to give the  Inspector Brendan Cadden some paperwork but the Inspector kept turning from one side to the other in what appeared to be an attempt not to take the paper and he only took it when someone said to him hey he’s trying to give you something. The man then turned his attention to the Registrar who sits in front of the Judge Coughlan and he too tried NOT to take the legal valid bona fide paper the man was offering. While this shenanigans was going on the Inspector Cadden and  Judge Coughlan continued to go ahead with the case, BTW the time-frame here is a about 1 minute.

Then the man said aloud “I remind the court that it sits under the Sovereign seal of Dail Eireann”. When the man said this the Registrar took the paperwork and passed it back to Judge Coughlan.

The man read from the paper he presented “I Paul Coddington require this case to be heard under the 1919 Sovereign Constitution as is my right. Can the court document and verify a Legal Valid License to operate”. While the man was speaking Judge Coughlan and the Inspector Cadden continued to make arrangements to send this case to trial in September totally ignoring the man although he was speaking over them. Its my opinion that if this happened in any other court this man would have been threatened with contempt.

Then Judge Coughlan turned to the man and said I have dealt with this and you are back on here in September. The man again asked the court to document and verify for him a legal valid bona fide licence to operate. The Judge called next case. The man went on to ask again when a man dressed as a Garda  put his hand on the mans shoulder. The man said I will take my leave now under duress and will return if the court can document and verify a legal valid bona fide license to operate. And left the so called court.

So why does the court need a legal valid bona fide license to operate under Dail Éireann?

So why does the court need a legal valid bona fide license to operate under Dail Éireann? Well that all goes back to almost one hundred years previously to the 21st of January 1919 when the Sovereign Republic of éire was declared (Ireland’s Independence Day) by the wish and will of the people from the December 14th All Ireland (32 county) election of 1918 and ratified in the round room of the Mansion House Dublin on the 21st of January 1919.

The Sovereign Dail Éireann Courts were also established on that day. Óglaigh na hÉireann (Irish Defense Force) and an the Republican Police later named an Garda Siochana also took an oath to protect the people and uphold the sovereign constitution. This is the only time any state was declared or established in Ireland.

King George the 5th in August of 1919 declared Dáil Éireann to be an illegal assembly. This date also marked the start of the war of Independence, in Soloheadbeg, Co. Tipperary, a war Óglaigh na hÉireann won.

On the 6th of December 1921 King George the 5th imposed a British apartheid system of 26 and 6 counties of Ireland as an Orange Free state in the northern counties and a 26 county provisional government that sits in Leinster house, (the same Provisional Government which still operates here today)under the terms of the illegal and fraudulent un-ratified Anglo Irish Treaty in which some members of the IRB (Irish Republican Brotherhood) and some Sovereign Government broke their oath to the Sovereign Republic of Éire and signed this illegal agreement under the threat of an immediate and terrible war against the Irish people.

This is verified in Micheal Collins own story where by on the 21st of January 1919 he was the Minister of Finance in the Sovereign Republic of Éire Government and on the 6th of December 1921 he was the provisional Minister for Finance in the 26 county Provisional Government of the free state.

In the days that followed the establishment of the Sovereign Dail Éireann courts in 1919. Sovereign courts were held in the sometimes the most remotest of places… the 12 string seal was used by Parish, District, Circuit, High and Supreme courts, but rarely hung as their venues were not permanent!

The seal consists of the Irish Harp with éire underneath although many have since been replaced by FAKE seals consisting of the Harp without éire. (The FreeState introduced the 13 th string- the execution string, to kill the Republicans)Its commonly seen today and often mistaken for the sovereign seal. However, because there was only ever one state established in Ireland any Judge sitting in any Irish court must have a licence from the Sovereign President of the Dail Éireann courts.

No BAR (British Accredited Registry) Judge in this country has a licence to operate from the Sovereign President of Éire. So when people are taken to court in the 26 counties, they are taken into BRITISH ROYAL COURTS where Judges get their licence/permission from the the President of the ROYAL OIREACHTAS who is also THE CROWN’S representative in Ireland.

All fines collected in these courts go to the Crown of London via the consolidated fund established in 1816 and still on the Irish Statue books today.

Consolidated Fund Act, 1816. An Act to unite and consolidate into OneFund all the Public Revenues of Great Britain and Ireland, and to provide for the Application thereof to the General Service of the United Kingdom.

Here is a link to a previous article on this case

Drogheda District Court, Man wants his case heard under the 1919 Sovereign Constitution asks Court to produce its legal valid bona fide licence to operate.





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