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been quite intrigued by your movement since the video went viral last week. Question if you don't believe in statute law, what would happen in the case that you or family were physically attacked, the victim of fraud or perhaps hurt by a dangerous driver presumably you would be pressing charges against the assailant? Also do you have stats on how often you have had members been completely relieved of any charges brought against them when using your defense methods?
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They would still be charged under common law and taken to court. You see most people don't realise that criminals would still be dealt with. For example you don't need an Act to stop mobile use whilst "driving" you could be prosecuted under common law, I accept it would be harder for the police but why does a£100 fine make it ok. If they really were concerned about the danger to other people then why not ban straight away. No stats available but I would say the following, the man in this vid has not had any points or fines imposed since standing his ground, if you have the time and live in Scotland then why not check the dates on the site and come along to a court appearance and see what happens.
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