October 01, 2011

Distressing and Distraining The Police

After a long day at work I arrived home to a surprise.

It was a Notice of Intended Prosecution. I allegedly drove my vehicle* at 70mph in a 60mph zone.

As you would expect, I was delighted to receive this nasty, threatening notice and I have responded accordingly. No FPN for lawful rebel Ranty. They want to take me to court. I relish the opportunity but first, I need to win the fight before I even set foot in a Scottish court.

I penned a note to the Chief Inspector who authored the notice to me. He used all capitals for my (government) name and I have instructed him never to do this again. Each violation of my instructions carries a penalty. I told him that if he addresses me as a slave (using Capitis Diminutio Maxima) again, he will be issued with an invoice for 500 ounces of silver.

I also reminded him that I had entered Lawful Rebellion some time ago and that the three statutes he waffled on about in the notice were meaningless to me. I further warned him that if he sends me more meaningless paperwork, my reply would cost him 1,000 ounces of silver. My time on this planet is finite. There is a cost associated with wasting my precious time.

I will not post up my full notice to him as he has not yet received it and I want him to see all the details first. No doubt he will respond-he is trained to extort-but his reply is all too predictable. He will do his utmost to get me to court, and I will do all that is necessary to punish them for not recognising what I am. My status as a Lawful Rebel makes me untouchable. I have hurt no-one. I have not caused injury or loss to anyone, and I certainly have not made mischief with my contracts. These are the only laws I need to live a happy life. It may take several notices from me to him to get that message across. It will be costly for them, but learn they will.

The chief inspector threatened me with a fine of £1,000 and six penalty points if I did not complete (in full) the form on the reverse of the notice. It should come as no surprise to regular readers that I sent back the whole thing uncompleted. His threats mean less than nothing to me.

* I do not drive. I travel. I do not have a vehicle. I have a conveyance. I do not carry passengers. I travel with guests. Whilst these terms "drive", "vehicle" and "passengers" may seem innocuous, they are not. They bind you immediately in commerce. If you are driving for gain, or carrying passengers for gain, you are in their commercial world. I was not carrying out any of these activities at the time of the alleged "offense".


1. A traveller exercising their common and ancient 'right for all……at all seasons of the year freely and at their will to pass and repass without let or hindrance, and without charge.'

2. A traveller is entitled to stop on the King's Highway for so long as is necessary for the purposes of his journey.

3. “all the Subjects of the United Kingdom of Great Britain shall……have full Freedom…… to and from any port or place within the said United Kingdom……” Union with England Act 1707 and Union with Scotland Act 1706 Article 4.

4. “all Laws and Statutes in either Kingdom so far as they are contrary to or inconsistent with the Terms of these Articles ……shall from and after the Union cease and become void” Union with England Act 1707 and Union with Scotland Act 1706 Article 25.

(The above was provided by my pal HR on the FMOTL Forum).

For interest, point No 2 above refers to parking/stopping on yellow lines or other "restricted zones". In this instance I am more interested in points 1, 3 & 4. I have not used them in correspondence with police. Yet.

If they are seriously unhappy with my LR status and the lawful excuse I have, I will deploy around six more defences. Two of which I have successfully used for friends to make their speeding "offences" go away.

If I am invited to court, before I go I shall activate my fee schedule. They will be sent an invoice and I will make a special appearance at court only when they agree to pay my bill.

As always, I will keep you updated.



Oldrightie said...

Great stuff, Cap'n. Win this argument and you may well create a superb rebellion!

Captain Ranty said...


In truth, I have already won.

They just don't know it yet.


Anonymous said...

When you say King's highway, should that not be Queen's highway?

Sorry for being pedantic


Sukyspook said...

Cap'n, I love ya man!

You might also be interested in this, although you know what you're doing ;o) :

Traffic Court Erred in Admitting Photo From Traffic Camera as "Official Record"

scroll down a bit here:

Thank you for all you do and alert me too. In particular this week, thank you for introducing me to CitizenZTV where I found this wonderful gem which has turned my half-empty glass into half-full again:

"When this [unconditional] love, the heavenly gift of Nature, appears in the heart, it removes all causes of excitation from the system and cools it down to a perfectly normal state; and, invigorating the vital powers, expels all foreign matters- the germs of diseases-by natural ways (perspiration and so forth). It thereby makes man perfectly healthy in body and mind, And enables him to understand properly the guidance of Nature.

When this love becomes developed in man it makes him able to understand the real position of his own Self as well as of others surrounding him"

The Holy Science by Sri Yukteswar, May 10 1855 -- March 9 1936.

*bows* - I'm not worthy!


Captain Ranty said...


The term is synonymous. Much like when we write "man", it refers to both sexes.


Captain Ranty said...


Thou maketh me blush, thou does!

Thanks for the link. I am aware of it but I don't think I need it. My quiver is full to bursting. My notice to the chief inspector was merely the first salvo.

We have been made to forget that we are demi-gods. Think about it this way: "they" represent a man-made thing. They are lower than amoeba in the hierarchy. We were made by (a) god or creator. We are one below that creator.

They treat us, and address us, as slaves. THEY are the slaves.

We must remember this. Always.


nisakiman said...

I will watch how this develops with great interest. Your confidence in a positive outcome is, I feel, half the battle won. I wish you well.

Anonymous said...

Good man.

They may come after me for not signing (3 years) the Voter Registration form.

some cunt said...

Top bloke, Ranty. If we were all like you these worthless cunts would have given up and topped themselves years ago, saving us all a fortune on their wages and gold-plated pensions.

Captain Ranty said...


I am confident because I have them beat already. The hard part is getting conclusive evidence of this. I suspect they will just stop writing to me.


Captain Ranty said...


I think they would have shown up by now.

But if they do, just stand your ground. If you need help with them, just give me a shout.


Captain Ranty said...

Thanks Cunty,

People are waking up to the fact that once the fear is gone, "they" have lost all (presumed) power over you.

It really is the key.

They need us to be wetting ourselves when we get official looking "NOTICES" through the letter box.

I find myself looking forward to them.


NewsboyCap said...


After much correspondence with the DVLA over my failing to fill a SORN declaration, 'they' are now threatening me with a County Court Pack. They are demanding £80 + £12.34 arrears of Duty.
The DVLA don't seem to understand Lawful Rebellion, affidavits or fee schedules but I'm sure they will when their case gets thrown out of court. My fees are already at 200 ounces of silver and rising.
I will keep you updated about my victory or Prison sentence LOL.

Anonymous said...

Captain, you've probably mentioned this in a past article but my poor old fuddled brain can't remember.

Did you serve affidavits when you entered Lawful Rebellion or - being as though Her Maj has sold us down the Swanee and apparently is a mere EU citizen these days - did you not bother?

I am considering entering into LR myself which is why I'm asking.

My admiration for your stance grows by the day.

Captain Ranty said...


It will be years before the penny drops. They will do their utmost to deny your claims. Go gently. They are in the dark too.

Relatively speaking, only a handful of people know that our paperwork is spot on. The hard part is educating the rest, and stamina plays a big part.

Speak to them as you would a three year old. Be patient, but be firm.


Captain Ranty said...

Anon (8:28)

Yes, right at the beginning of this journey I served my Notice of Understanding, Intent, and Claim of Right on the Home Office. I told them to tell all other government agents about my status as a Freeman. They did not.

Next, I served the monarch with my Lawful Rebellion affidavits. (I ended up doing this twice because I had made an error the first time). Mrs Windsor did not respond.

Then, when CMD moved into No 10 I sent him an affidavit, and, when he ignored that I gave him an opportunity to cure his mistake, and he ignored that as well.

Lastly, I discovered that while I was right to revoke my allegiance to the monarch, I needed to swear it to someone else. That "someone else" is the Barons Committee formed in 2001. They have my paperwork too.

So all my paperwork is in place.

I do not recognise the EU as having any power over me so I can routinely ignore any of their "laws" or regulations.

Because of Mrs Windsors treason, I can also ignore anything with her name on, and I can ignore anyone who claims to represent her.


Bill said...

To apply to register on the electoral roll you first need to identify the appropriate local authority.

So YOU have to apply to enter a name on their register!

To vote in an election or referendum, you must be registered on the electoral roll.

If you do not enter a name on their register that name cannot have a vote during their election show(s)

Why do I need to register?

You need to be on the electoral register to vote in all UK elections and referendums. You are not automatically registered even if you pay council tax. If you receive a request for your registration information from your local electoral registration office then you are legally obliged to respond. If you do not respond, or if you provide false information, then you could receive a £1,000 fine.

Not the wordage in use here. It talks about you and you assume you is you the human being but what they are really talking about is a name. It is impossible to register a human being. It is only possible to register a name and they want you to do it.
Just think about that for a second. The government knows about the name you are given the day your parents register your birth. If you die or move abroad before you the human reaches 18 years of age the government know.
So why is a register of voters needed and why does it require updating every twelve months?
This register 'can' be updated by the 'head of the household'. What if there is no head of the household or the head of the household is under voting age?
You 'could' be fined for providing false information.
There is no fine for not signing there is only a 'legal obligation' to sign.

BUT... here is the real reason why the government and its backers want the plebs to register a name in return for 'a right' to vote.

Not being registered may also affect your credit rating.


The opt-out rate for the UK electoral roll has increased overall by 4.57% year on year, according to Equifax, rising from 32.14% in 2005 to 36.71% in 2006, meaning less people are allowing companies to use their personal details for identity verification purposes.

Follow the money honey!

Anonymous said...

How did they know your address anyway? Why is your car registered?

Captain Ranty said...


Thanks for the links and the info!


Captain Ranty said...

Anon (11:38)

As I have said on many occasions, I have not attempted to deregister everything all at once.

This is a war. To win a war we need to win the battles one at a time.

To try and do everything invites chaos.

Even fighting three fronts at the same time can be challenging. At the moment I am fighting the taxman, an energy company and the police. It is enough.

I'll win those and move on.


OBO 110X said...

NO CONTRACT - RETURN TO SENDER is the most effective for these notices. They send it back to you but when you've returned it a second there is nothing they can do. I'm speaking from experience here.

Captain Ranty said...


I do agree.

The only reason I write them long notices is to educate them. At some point in the future they will just leave me alone because I will have explained my status to all of their departments.

NCRTS is for those who do not wish to engage and/or educate.

My way is far more entertaining!!


Anonymous said...

Apologies for taking this slightly off topic, but as a few have mentioned the electoral roll: I don't know if anyone has seen but there are some interesting developments coming - by 2015 the annual canvass will be "augmented" by Individual Electoral Registration.

Which will request "each elector to register to vote individually, rather than by household as happens at the moment, and for each elector to provide personal identifiers which will allow each person’s application to be verified before they are added to the register." (Individual Electoral Registration White Paper, June 2011)

These identifiers will include NI number and date of birth. Or, if you are unwilling to provide those, they may accept a birth certificate, passport or driving licence. (I believe that's the whole set of our favourite documents, is it not?) They considered asking for signatures as well...

All to "reduce fraud" and "make the electoral system more accessible" and enable it to "keep pace with technological developments" so that it "reflects more closely how people choose to engage with government". Yeah, ok...

There was also going to be a voluntary phase where identifiers would be requested but not required, but in the interests of "deficit reduction" this will be waived altogether.

The White Paper also states that where this has been trialled - Northern Ireland - extensive data matching was carried out so that the register could be "complete" as possible. Made considerably easier by using NI numbers, as they can just check column A against column B. The White Paper says that cross-matching with DWP and HMRC records will take place anyway.

But don't worry! The NINO records will be "destroyed" after 6 months! Destroyed in that particular database maybe, but where will they have been copied to in the meantime?

However IER is - ostensibly - not going to be compulsory. As the White Paper says:
- "It will be a matter of choice for the individual if they wish to register."
- "It is not compulsory to vote in our elections and nor will we compel people, so it is sensible that registering to vote should be also be a choice for the individual concerned."
- "While we strongly encourage people to register to vote the Government believes the act is one of personal choice and as such there should be no compulsion placed on an individual to make an application to register to vote."
- "The legislation will also allow provision to be made that will allow a person to respond to an invitation to register by indicating that they do not wish to be chased."

Yet once a majority of people are on via IER, it will effectively become compulsory, won't it...?

The canvass will remain, as will the fines for no response/false info: "we intend that the current offence under Regulation 23 of the RPR 2001...will apply to the household canvass only, thus allowing those who fail to respond to an enquiry to be prosecuted, but not to those who choose not to return an individual application form."

However the good news is, on the face of it, that although the canvass continues the Register "will be made up solely of electors who have registered individually" after 2015. So keep your head down during the IER stage in 2014, and it could be looking good - if you're prepared to be off it, of course.



Stealth of the Mode said...

LOL LOL LOL - I have I ever mentioned? I LOVE this blog! :D

Shaunantijihad said...


Where would I learn all this stuff?


Captain Ranty said...


No. You have never mentioned it....

But thanks!


Captain Ranty said...


Have a ferret around in my archives. It is all here somewhere.

If you want, you can also go and have a peek at FMOTL forum. Tons of great stuff in there.


eze said...

Hey Captain R,

I commend your boldness to stand up to the machine!

I have just received a Notice of Intended Prosecution through the post, similar to what you noted above.

Can you help in any way or give a little guidance on how to respond to this notice?

This is the first notice i have received and subsequently would be my first stand!


Captain Ranty said...

Hi Eze,

Check the dates first. The NIP has to be served within a set period. If it is outside the set period it is null and void and that should be your first letter to them.

If you follow up on my subsequent posts you will know that I lost my battle. I did not know I was going to get 6 points as well as 3 for the speeding offence.

The fine was ok but the 9 points will hurt me when I renew my insurance.

The other method is to challenge the "Legal fiction" and I suggest you race over to FMOTL and read up about it there. If you deny that you are the fiction there isn't much anyone can do to you.

One proviso: if you live in Scotland you cannot be tried in your absence but in England you can. Be very careful about that, it is vital that you are aware of it.

Let me know how you get on.