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Saturday, 30 August 2014

Guardian 'Representing Justice', Victoria Australia

Representing Justice: Representing Justice: Lady of Justice

Quote from the Guardian Newspaper online.

Lady of Justice, William Eicholtz 2002, Victoria County Court, Melbourne, AustraliaPhotograph: 



Central London County Court is with personally experiencing how they operate with lawyers lying to be paid, perjury excused and rejecting and corrupting credible evidence with intent to prevent Justce. The court oath taking officials have been complicit in perverting justifce. Perjury and deliberately obstructing justice are not excusable. These are very serious crimes. Injustice is a very serious crime against humanity.

A few years later to encounter a man Colin Berry on the internet who 'in the same London Court, with one of the Same Solicitors is another man who has witnessed corruption and obstruction to Justice. He spoke of a washing mashine falling on his wife one day in a known store' she became suffered with three broken vertabra and mild brain injury......The Courts in England have allowed corruption for decades.

Victoria above is in Australia. Victoria is also in London.

 Victoria in Australia is without shoes and yet there is shown the stars...an allignment in the sky. The scales are titled and the sword is pointing downwards, is this meaning that the justice today is benefiting the court before rectification and remedy is done ...People who rule over lands and people deception likely have no regard for Justice or accountability...There are people in our world who know the truth.

The population of the Commonwealth have been placed as being subjects to the Queen, her heirs and successors - and yet, witchcraft and sorcery is forbidden and so the end of the line is here!

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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http://www.theguardian.com/law/gallery/2011/mar/24/criminal-justice
http://12160.info/profile/colinBerry
http://colinberry1.hubpages.com/hub/Little-we-know-about-our-legal-system

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