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10/21/2014 2:38 am  #21


Re: Law and International Law

http://blacks.worldfreemansociety.org/1/      Copy this link for the Black Law Dictionary Edition #1

10/21/2014 2:41 am  #22


Re: Law and International Law

Why is it dangerous to say "I understand" in a courtroom?

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10/21/2014 2:58 am  #23


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To say I understand is saying you stand under the authority of the judicial system

10/21/2014 7:17 am  #24


Re: Law and International Law

Excellent information family.


Pa-Natar-Apu-Pa-Maa't (How sweet is the truth)

10/22/2014 8:02 pm  #25


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Information for Friday's show
Domestic violence Refers to a situation between two people who have a familiar or familial relationship, where one party uses violence to hurt or harm the other. The relationship ranges from marriage down to persons who are merely dating. Crimes of physical violence, sexual assault and emotional abuse are typical charges in a domestic violence claim.
Violence The term “violence” is synonymous with “physical force,” and the two are used interchangeably, in relation to assaults, by elementary writers on criminal law. State v. Wells, 31 Conn. 212.
Unlawful physical force.
The abuse of force. That force which is employed against common right, against the laws, and against public liberty.  In cases of robbery, in order to convict the accused, it is requisite to prove that the act was done with violence; but this violence is not confined to an actual assault of the person, by beating, knocking down, or forcibly wresting from him on the contrary, whatever goes to intimidate or overawe, by the apprehension of personal violence, or by fear of life, with a view to compel the delivery of property equally falls within its limits. When an article is merely snatched, as by a sudden pull, even though a momentary force be exerted, it is not such violence as to constitute a robbery.
Terror-Barren land
 That state of the mind which arises from the event or phenomenon that may serve as a prognostic of some catastrophe affright from apparent danger. 2. One of the constituents of the offence of riot is that the acts of the persons engaged in it should be to the terror of the people, as a show of arms, threatening speeches, or turbulent gestures; but it is not requisite, in order to constitute this crime, that personal violence should be committed. 3. To constitute a forcible entry, the act must be accompanied with circumstances of violence or terror; and in order to make the crime of robbery, there must be violence or putting in fear, but both these circumstances need not concur. 4 Binn. R. 379. Vide Riot; Robbery; Putting in fear

10/23/2014 2:26 am  #26


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Heavy Jewelz Derrick........Im glad this class is doing what its meant to, educating me for sure......Im sure others are learning as well....

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10/24/2014 7:44 pm  #27


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Black Economy untraceable untaxable deal that is not affecting the GDP.Third world and first world countries use this cash based system. They are kept in secret books. It is illegal but helps survival or the legal ways of business are too difficult due to regulation

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10/27/2014 5:16 pm  #28


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Black Economy ? Give me an example of Black economy please, and does Black Economy have anything to do with "Black Money"?

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10/27/2014 10:07 pm  #29


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A example of black economy is the "American War on Drugs". They government has be documented importing illegal narcotics into this country for the express purpose of raising capital or money to fund secret projects. This example even uses the funds they have seized from the cartels and street level dealers.

10/28/2014 12:13 am  #30


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Black money-Cash that is not taxed or recorded involved in the black economy or organized crime. It must be laundered to become legitimate.

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