NO JUDICIAL OFFICIAL IS IMMUNE IF THEY BREAK THEIR {OATH OF OFFICE} UNDER TITLE 18 U.S.C 2381,CANNON # 7

” the relevant cases  that the factors determining whether an act by a judge is a “judicial” one relate to the nature of the act it self, i.e, whether it is a function normally performed by a judge, and the expectations of the parties,i.e, whether they dealt with the judge in his judicial capacity.”435 U.S Read More …

STATEMENT OF MINISTERIAL STANDARDS

The Australian people deserve a Government that will act with integrity and in the best interests of the people they serve. Serving the Australian people as Ministers and Assistant Ministers is an honour and comes with expectations to act at all times to the highest possible standards of probity. All Ministers and Assistant Ministers are Read More …

CODE OF CONDUCT ~ Western Australia Police.

Police members must adhere to all policy, protocols and procedures including those contained in the Police Act 1892, Police Force Regulations 1979, the Police Manual and any other lawful directive. Criminal action, corruption, unlawful conduct, dishonest and unethical conduct, breaches of discipline and conflicts of interest, and failure to report the same, relating to Police, Read More …

Sedition

The contents of this document can be applied to all Commonwealth countries under the Monarch. SEDITION AT COMMAN LAW In England the crime of sedition has been known for centuries. There were mainly three statues which provided punishment for the publication of written or spoken words against the Government. These were the Common Law of Read More …

Code of Conduct ~ Councillors

The Act defines “Councillor Conduct principles” as the principles set out in sections 76B and 76BA of the Act, which are standards of conduct that the community has a right to expect of all Councillors. These are the “Primary Principle” and seven “General Principles”. These principles must be included in every Councillor Code of Conduct Read More …