Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Admiralty law: The ship that has come on land

" ...lawyers in the civil lawsuits may proceed against Mr. Lay's remaining assets through motions inspired by admiralty law. Under that law, the government or a private party can take action against property (or the ship) without going after the owner (the captain), legal experts said."
Source: "Lay's Death Complicates Efforts to Seize Assets," NY Times, July 6, 2006

To symbolically indicate the law to which he owed his allegiance, Sir Francis Dashwood, the leader of Britain's Hellfire Club, kept a British man-o-war naval vessel on his estate in England.

The lawyers' "bar association" is a reference to the sandbank encountered by a ship as it reaches land; i.e. the law of the ship come to land. Admiralty law on land represents the rule of tyranny.

It is seldom referenced by the Establishment media, but in these Revelation of the Method times, it has come to the fore.

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