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A person such as yourself answered a question on a forum incorrectly. Not credible evidence.http://admiralty.uslegal.com/jurisdicti
Your powers of comprehension are weak old man. This is about docking a ship, nothing at all to do with the dock in a court. Every single instance if the word "dock" in this excerpt relates to a maritime dock where ships are moored. Every. Single. One.
So you used Google "properly", but then completely failed to understand what you had found. Or maybe you decided to misrepresent it as evidence lol. Either way, congratulations!
The last link is another freeman site. You might as well use another post on this forum as your evidence and itd be as credible.
Remember, my evidence was from actual etymology websites.
How long did it take you to find all that non-evidence?
About 2 minutes. But you seem to have missed one as you always do, conveniently.
Expenses fraud' MPs plead with court not to make them sit in dock... and then insist they should not be put on trial
Three Labour MPs accused of expenses fraud provoked fresh public outrage today when they made an audacious attempt to avoid sitting in the dock in court.
Elliot Morley, David Chaytor and Jim Devine's first historic appearance before magistrates descended into farce when they sat at the back of the room.
They had to be ordered into the dock by District Judge Timothy Workman, who reminded that it was 'customary' for defendants to sit there.A Judge cannot order you into the dock he can trick you into doing it and thereby gain Jurisdiction over you.
Some of you may be familiar with the Admiralty Court system we have running in the UK. The reason why you are made to sit in a raised platform in court is because you are metaphorically 'a ship quarantined in harbour' under Admiralty Maritime jurisdiction. It's also interesting that the judge said it is 'customary' for defendents to stand in the dock. Of course it is! The Dock is analageous to 'Customs.' That is, you are quarantined in Customs (the dock) until fines/punishments are administered
It seems that the MPs caught up in this scandal are trying to protect themselves using the Bill of Rights 1689 under English Common Law is I suspect this is why they refused to sit in the dock as doing so is consenting to admiralty jurisdiction.