Rod Culleton to the Rescue

The Battler and Senator-in-Exile Rod Culleton discuss his work to bring our government back to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 and Common Law.

Listen to the podcast series with Rod:

In the first podcast, Rod gives us invaluable advice about our legal rights to charge anyone with crimes and treason using the Crimes Act 1914, our Constitution, and the Judiciary Act 1903. With these tools, We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia can take anyone who has harmed us into court, force it to work under the Constitution and Common Law so that we can get justice for crimes committed against us.

Senator Culleton challenged then Attorney General George Brandis, who then proceeded to throw Culleton out of Parliament instead of fixing the Constitutional Crisis = TREASON!

This information is vital for anyone who has a grievance against anyone, but particularly if you have had enough of being targeted by the political party government and its legal system.

If you have been fined for any reason, or if you have had your business, house or land taken away from you wrongfully by deceit and fraud by the government or the banks, if you have been harmed by any person representing themselves as government servants, then you need to read, understand and use the following.

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CRIMES ACT 1914 – SECT 13 –

Institution of proceedings in respect of offences

Unless the contrary intention appears in the Act or regulation creating the offence, any person may:

                     (a)  institute proceedings for the commitment for trial of any person in respect of any indictable offence against the law of the Commonwealth; or
                     (b)  institute proceedings for the summary conviction of any person in respect of any offence against the law of the Commonwealth punishable on summary conviction.

If you challenge the judge or other court officials to produce their Oath to the High Court and they cannot, or will not provide it, then you must follow the Crimes Act Section 40:

CRIMES ACT 1914 – SECT 40 Preventing witnesses from attending Court

CRIMES ACT 1914 – SECT  40 

Preventing witnesses from attending Court

(1) A person (the first person ) commits an offence if:

                     (a) another person has been subpoenaed or summoned to attend as a witness in a judicial proceeding; and
                     (b) the first person prevents the other person from attending as a witness, or from producing anything in evidence, pursuant to the subpoena or summons; and
                     (c) the judicial proceeding is a federal judicial proceeding.

Penalty: Imprisonment for 1 year.

(2) Absolute liability applies to the paragraph (1)(c) element of the offence.

Note: For absolute liability, see section 6.2 of the Criminal Code .

Constitution Clause 5

Download the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 here: Download

5. This Act, and all laws made by the Parliament of the Commonwealth under the Constitution, shall be binding on the courts, judges, and people of every State and of every part of the Commonwealth, notwithstanding anything in the laws of any State ; and the laws of the Commonwealth shall be in force on all British ships, the Queen’s ships of war excepted, whose first port of clearance and whose port of destination are in the Commonwealth.

Procedure of the High Court
Judiciary Act 1903 –


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