By Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell
There’s the liberty of data Act, after which there’s Ventura’s way.
The reputable spin on quite a few executive courses is flat-out bullshit, in response to Jesse Ventura. during this marvelous number of real govt files, Ventura, the last word non- partisan truth-seeker, proves it past any doubt. He and Dick Russell stroll readers via sixty three of the main incriminating courses to bare what quite occurs in the back of the closed doorways. In addition to delivering unique executive facts, Ventura discusses what it fairly capacity and the way general americans can cease legal habit on the best degrees of presidency and within the media. between the circumstances mentioned:
• The CIA’s top-secret application to manage human habit
• Operation Northwoods—the army plan to hijack airplanes and blame it on Cuban terrorists
• the invention of a mystery Afghan archive—information that by no means left the boardroom
• very likely lethal healthcare cover-ups, together with a dengue fever outbreak
• What the dep. of protection is familiar with approximately our foodstuff supply—but is holding mum
even though those files at the moment are within the public area, the powers that be may simply as quickly they remain below wraps. Ventura’s examine and observation sheds new mild on what they’re no longer telling you—and why it concerns.
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35 Regulations concerning the external administration of justice and containing no modification of national law could be accomplished by the king alone. If such regulations were meant to establish a lasting ordinance with important consequences, however, it was advisable to ask for the Witan’s concurrence. Similarly, a king could issue injunctions for peace and the maintenance of civil order on the basis of prerogative derivable from his position as lord of war and of justice. 36 In terms of the composition of the Witan, the summonses were addressed to those whose presence the king might require and from whose counsel and cooperation a certain authority and influence might be expected.
37 In practice, a recognized expert in law in judicial assemblies would draw up the formula. The hundreds was a division of the shires, or later counties, for the purposes of taxation, military matters, maintenance of peace, and settlement of local pleas, which were carried out in the assembly or court of each hundred. The origin of the hundreds court has been difficult to track. It was a territorial division of a court, and also performed other government functions. In hundreds court, matters of interest to the smaller free community were indirectly determined, including civil matters and petty crime, and its powers allowed a larger scope for the people to take part.
50 He argues that the sovereign power of England resided in the king as the only supreme governor. The king’s powers of ‘sovereignty’ are listed, including over peace and war, money and coinage, pardon, the military, and the making of laws, and from the king originally derived all jurisdiction for the administration of common justice, civil or ecclesiastical, ordinary or delegate. It is not certain that Hale is correct that the king held all jurisdiction over ecclesiastical justice, however. This point only becomes certain after Henry VIII took this jurisdiction.
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