Magna Carta Raped by Spook Rule
The Magna Carta, the charter of English liberties was imposed on King John in 1215, it will be dead on its anniversary in 2015. It has been shredded in British Occupied Ireland by the Secret Services and their front man the unelected English autocrat Paterson, who re-introduced the wartime instrument of internment without trial, in total disdain of a supposed peace process.
The first published edition of the Magna Carta, appeared in 1759 produced by William Blackstone, serving later as a source of U.S. constitutional law in “The Great Charter and the Charter of the Forest.” Both charters have served significantly, as the basis for law in the legal profession and the basis of human rights activity in the Charter of Liberties, widely recognized as the cornerstone of fundamental rights or as Winston Churchill put it, “the charter of every self-respecting man at any time in any land.”
The Charter in 1679 was elaborated to include the Habeas Corpus Act, formally titled “an Act for the better securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonment beyond the seas.” The modern version is internment or in the US called “rendition” imprisonment for torture. Much of English law was incorporated into the U.S. Constitution affirming, “the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended” and in 1961, the U.S. Supreme Court further ruled that rights guaranteed by this Act were “considered by the Founders as the highest safeguard of liberty, providing that no “person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property, without due process of law and a speedy and public trial.”
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