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berkano Posted - 06 May 2005 : 11:27:38
I am working with the author of a jural society handbook to put it online. Right now I have JPG scanned images of the original book, which no longer exists! I have began uploading the JPG files. My internet connection is VERY slow, so it will be a few days before all pages are on the server. Currently up to about page 25 is accessible.

Then I will begin the task of converting everything to formatted text so the whole book can be downloaded in a small file.

The link is: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jural/

Addendum:

Access is by invitation only. Those who frequent this ecclesia group are invited to register if they are willing to help with the project and pledge to help with transcription and proofreading.

.Berkano
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Patric Posted - 23 Aug 2019 : 17:55:01
Berkano, If you are still around, I have more chapters of my handbook ready to submit to you for publishing. contact me at tonroger@outlook.com

Patric
Manuel Posted - 04 Apr 2011 : 21:19:56
quote:
Originally posted by loader72

quote:
Originally posted by Manuel

berkano,

I found the following after some search which might help:
MEMORANDUM ON GRAND JURIES RIGHTS & DUTIES
In its entirety and much more at:
http://www.rangeguide.net/gjmemo.htm



Excellent info, surprised the web page was still up.
btw, this was interesting reading 14th-15th amendments voided
by the state of Georgia.
http://www.rangeguide.net/57.htm
cheers,
loader ;)




Hi loader72,
Pay close attention to this:
The Grand Jury has the Right to be informed of their Rights and Duties which include, but are not limited to, the following:

(1) The Right & Duty to hear complaints directly from citizens, and not just through the U.S. and District Attorneys (Miller v. Smith, 12/18/81, West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, see vol. 30 of the Criminal Law Reporter of 1/27/82, page 2319).

(2) The Right & Duty to conduct an investigation of anything they please, whether the U.S. and District Attorneys agree or not; and to raise money (donations, etc.) to finance an investigation if the U.S. and District Attorneys will not allocate the necessary funds to conduct the investigation.

In its entirety and much more at:
http://www.rangeguide.net/gjmemo.htm

snip...

Which precisely means that the attorners have been positioned,
unlawfully, in control of all three branches of government to
keep the lid on truth.

Welcome off-board :)

loader72 Posted - 02 Apr 2011 : 19:06:26
quote:
Originally posted by Manuel

berkano,

I found the following after some search which might help:
MEMORANDUM ON GRAND JURIES RIGHTS & DUTIES
In its entirety and much more at:
http://www.rangeguide.net/gjmemo.htm



Excellent info, surprised the web page was still up.
btw, this was interesting reading 14th-15th amendments voided
by the state of Georgia.
http://www.rangeguide.net/57.htm
cheers,
loader ;)
berkano Posted - 10 Sep 2007 : 01:01:25
Newest revision of handbook is available on my website or at this link:
http://www.mytempdir.com/2017538

Berkano
http://www.brainwashington.info
http://groups.google.com/group/GuerrillaVille
http://groups.google.com/group/brainwashington
berkano Posted - 22 Jun 2007 : 20:54:00
We are now revising chapter three of the Jural Society Handbook. If any have suggestions for reference material for further work or to add to a list of references please don't hesitate to contact me.

Berkano
http://www.brainwashington.info
http://groups.google.com/group/GuerrillaVille
http://groups.google.com/group/brainwashington
berkano Posted - 11 Jan 2007 : 21:23:04
The Jural Society Handbook is now online.

http://www.brainwashington.info

Berkano
berkano Posted - 16 Oct 2006 : 02:42:44
After many months without personal Internet access, I just got a laptop computer and broadband wireless Internet connection that I take all over the country in my journeys.

I am resuming work on the Jural Society Handbook. Please note that the jural group has moved to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GuerillaVille

If you follow the old link you will be signing up for the defunct old group that I cannot administer due to a lost password.

After signing up and membership approval, users can log in and download the draft of the handbook.

Berkano

quote:
Originally posted by berkano

I am working with the author of a jural society handbook to put it online. Right now I have JPG scanned images of the original book, which no longer exists! I have began uploading the JPG files. My internet connection is VERY slow, so it will be a few days before all pages are on the server. Currently up to about page 25 is accessible.

Then I will begin the task of converting everything to formatted text so the whole book can be downloaded in a small file.

The link is: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jural/

Addendum:

Access is by invitation only. Those who frequent this ecclesia group are invited to register if they are willing to help with the project and pledge to help with transcription and proofreading.

.Berkano

berkano Posted - 01 Jan 2006 : 08:20:42
The Jural Society Handbook is nearing completion in PDF format.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jural

or

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jural/files/Handbook%20Draft/Final%20Drafts/

It covers:

how to form a jural society
non-statutory abatements
defacto v. dejure power
how to replace defacto power with dejure at the county level
how to repel invasion on private Christian dominions


Here is the cover page followed by the Table of Contents:

Restoring America

Restoring the Law of the Land
Through the Jural Society

A Handbook on Jural Societies and the Common Law
Based Upon Lectures by the American Jural Society

Offered by Sons of Liberty of Southern Idaho and Northern Utah

Compiled and Edited by
Patric Alan of the Family of Powell

Reformatted and Revised for Internet Publication under the direction of
Berkano of Clan Ekkaleo
www.permaculture.TK


Chapter One
Remedies Against a Beast
9
Chapter Two
The Plot to Enslave America's Free Society
18
Chapter Three
Avoiding Entrance Into the Federal Venue
24
Chapter Four
Establishing a Jural Society
36
Chapter Five
The Jural Society Officers
47
Chapter Six
Concepts Regarding the Status of Jural Society Members
56
Chapter Seven
Restoring Lawful, Constitutional Monetary Exchange
65
Chapter Eight
Lawful Elections and Electors
71
Chapter Nine
The Non-statutory Abatement - Part One
79
Chapter Nine Section Two
The Non-statutory Abatement - Part Two
104
Chapter Ten
Organizing a Court at Common Law
106
Chapter Eleven
Forming The Pro Tem Jural Society
110
Appendix of Documents

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jural/files/Handbook%20Draft/Final%20Drafts/
Uncle Buck Posted - 21 May 2005 : 02:19:18
"The Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance".

Price: "what must be given, done, sacrificed, etc., to obtain a thing".
Liberty: "being free from captivity, imprisonment, slavery, or despotic control".
Eternal: "that always (has existed &) will exist".
Vigilance: "watchfulness, alertness, or caution".

Democracy:
"demos": people (Greek)
"kratos": rule (Greek).
"The form of government in which the sovereign power is in the hands of the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly".

Three Arms of Democratic Government:
1. Executive: "the person, group or branch of government that has the duty, and the power of putting the laws into effect".
2. Parliament: "from the French word parlement, meaning a discussion or debate". "a council or congress that is the highest lawmaking body in some countries".
3. Court: "a place where justice is administered". "an official dispute-resolution body presided over by either a magistrate or judge".

Trial by Jury:
Trial: "the act or process of trying or testing".
Jury: "a body of persons sworn to render a verdict on questions submitted to them in court of justice".
Justice: "the protection of rights and the punishment of wrongs".

Thomas Jefferson said: "I believe trial by jury is the only anchor yet imagined by man which can hold a government to the principles of its constitution".

Sir William Blackstone said in the 23rd Chapter of his "Commentaries on the Laws of England" entitled "Of the Trial by Jury": "the more it is searched into and understood, the more it is sure to be valued. And this is a species of knowledge most absolutely necessary for every gentleman in the kingdom: as well because he may be frequently called upon to determine in this capacity the rights of others, his fellow-subjects; as because his own property, his liberty, and his life, depend upon maintaining, in it's legal force, the constitutional trial by jury.".

Lysander Spooner said: "It is not only the right and duty of juries to judge what are the facts, what is the law, and what is the moral intent of the accused; but that it is also their right, and their primary and paramount duty, to judge the justice of the law, and to hold all laws invalid, that are, in their opinion, unjust or oppressive, and all persons guilltless in violating, or resisting the execution of such laws.".
-Compiled by John Wilson, PO Box 4520 North Rocks, 2151, Australia. www.rightsandwrong.com.au




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If I have to be like him who is going to be like me?
James 1:25 The Perfect Law of Liberty
Manuel Posted - 06 May 2005 : 17:32:13
berkano,

I found the following after some search which might help:

MEMORANDUM ON GRAND JURIES RIGHTS & DUTIES

The Grand Jury has the Right to be informed of their Rights and Duties which include, but are not limited to, the following:

(1) The Right & Duty to hear complaints directly from citizens, and not just through the U.S. and District Attorneys (Miller v. Smith, 12/18/81, West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, see vol. 30 of the Criminal Law Reporter of 1/27/82, page 2319).

(2) The Right & Duty to conduct an investigation of anything they please, whether the U.S. and District Attorneys agree or not; and to raise money (donations, etc.) to finance an investigation if the U.S. and District Attorneys will not allocate the necessary funds to conduct the investigation.

In its entirety and much more at:
http://www.rangeguide.net/gjmemo.htm


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