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Part 2 David Raymond Amos Interview by Newsline #Queen #Queenbees

David Raymond Amos

David Raymond Amos

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David Raymond Amos Interview by Newsline #Queen #Queenbees Exposes Corrupt Mutual Funds , Video and transcripts Deleted by the Watchdogs, proof here

David Raymond Amos Versus The Crown T-1557-15
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                                                                                         Court File No. T-1557-15





The Parties

  1. HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN (Crown) is Elizabeth II, the Queen of England, the Protector of the Faith of the Church of England, the longest reigning monarch of the United Kingdom and one of the wealthiest persons in the world. Canada pays homage to the Queen because she remained the Head of State and the Chief Executive Officer of Canada after the Canada Act 1982 (U.K.) 1982, c. 11 came into force on April 17, 1982. The standing of the Queen in Canada was explained within the 2002 Annual Report FORM 18-K filed by Canada with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It states as follows: “The executive power of the federal Government is vested in the Queen, represented by the Governor General, whose powers are exercised on the advice of the federal Cabinet, which is responsible to the House of Commons. The legislative branch at the federal level, Parliament, consists of the Crown, the Senate and the House of Commons.” “The executive power in each province is vested in the Lieutenant Governor, appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the federal Cabinet. The Lieutenant Governor’s powers are exercised on the advice of the provincial cabinet, which is responsible to the legislative assembly. Each provincial legislature is composed of a Lieutenant Governor and a legislative assembly made up of members elected for a period of five years.”
  2. Her Majesty the Queen is the named defendant pursuant to sections 23(1) and 36 of the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act. Some of the state actors whose duties and actions are at issue in this action are the Prime Minister, Premiers, Governor General, Lieutenant Governors, members of the Canadian Forces (CF), and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), federal and provincial Ministers of Public Safety, Ministers of Justice, Ministers of Finance, Speakers, Clerks, Sergeants-at-Arms and any other person acting as Aide-de-Camp providing security within and around the House of Commons, the legislative assemblies or acting as security for other federal, provincial and municipal properties.
  3. Her Majesty the Queen’s servants the RCMP whose mandate is to serve and protect Canadian citizens and assist in the security of parliamentary properties and the protection of public officials should not deny a correspondence from a former Deputy Prime Minister who was appointed to be Canada’s first Minister of Public Safety in order to oversee the RCMP and their cohorts. The letter that helped to raise the ire of a fellow Canadian citizen who had never voted in his life to run for public office four times thus far is quoted as follows: “Mr. David R. Amos Jan 3rd, 2004
    153Alvin Avenue
    Milton, MA U.S.A. 02186 Dear Mr. Amos Thank you for your letter of November 19th, 2003, addressed to
    my predecessor, the Honorable Wayne Easter, regarding your safety.
    I apologize for the delay in responding. If you have any concerns about your personal safety, I can only
    suggest that you contact the police of local jurisdiction. In addition, any
    evidence of criminal activity should be brought to their attention since the
    police are in the best position to evaluate the information and take action
    as deemed appropriate. I trust that this information is satisfactory. Yours sincerely A. Anne McLellan”
  4. DAVID RAYMOND AMOS (Plaintiff), a Canadian Citizen and the first Chief of the Amos Clan, was born in Sackville, New Brunswick (NB) on July 17th, 1952.
  5. The Plaintiff claims standing in this action as a citizen whose human rights and democratic interests are to be protected by due performance of the obligations of Canada’s public officials who are either elected or appointed and all servants of the Crown whose mandate is to secure the public safety, protect public interests and to uphold and enforce the rule of law. The Crown affirms his right to seek relief for offences to his rights under section 24(1) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Charter). Paragraphs 6 to 13 explain the delay in bringing this action before Federal Court and paragraphs 25 to 88 explain this matter.