Allen Boisjoli, paper terrorist?

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http://edmontonjournal.com/news/crime/f ... with-judge
. . . Allen Nelson Boisjoli, a self-proclaimed Freeman on the Land facing an allegation he used “paper terrorism” as a way to intimidate the legal system, argues the province’s superior court has no jurisdiction over him.

The Freeman on the Land movement generally espouses the view that all government and related rule of law is illegitimate.


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As usual, it appears this all started with a minor traffic offense. :-D


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Boisjoli has been around a long time. Quatloos has had several threads about him, including some by Boisjoli himself. They are indexed here (as part of a thread about his current case):

http://www.quatloos.com/Q-Forum/viewtop ... 7&p=260913


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Boisjoli is a freeman/sovcit who, by calling the question of the movement's validity in open court, reaffirms the reality that the movement's woo has no basis in history, law or custom.

He's really doing his debunkers a favor.


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You forgot REALITY.


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My courtroom misbehavior solution:

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Link broken. Endless redirects.


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RoadScholar wrote: Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:50 pm
Link broken. Endless redirects.
Fixed it: https://globalnews.ca/news/4126243/albe ... selection/


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He seems nice.


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Canadians are always nice, eh?


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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/ ... -1.4611650


Should we have a pool to see if ANB can stay out of trouble for a year?


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I doubt seriously he'll make the end of the week, I just don't think he can control his self destructive impulses.


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Notorial Dissent wrote: Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:39 am I doubt seriously he'll make the end of the week, I just don't think he can control his self destructive impulses.
He’s already been busy leaving comments on YouTube gloating!


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on the bright side, this will embolden him to be a bigger douche


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Whip wrote: Tue Apr 10, 2018 10:49 am on the bright side, this will embolden him to be a bigger douche
I think he's already achieved that, at this point I think all he has to look forward to bigger and better jail time.


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It really is too bad, They didn’t hammer Allen! So he received the message loud and clear, that his FMOTL theories will only get him in trouble.

His stay from the court, has emboldened him. Only the great Allen is right and everyone else is wrong. He’s smarter than everyone else. He’s a regular commentator on Van Balion’s channel, and he’s one nasty piece of work!

There isn’t anyone or anything that he hasn’t threatened in some manner. I would not be surprised to read/hear of Allen going “postal!”


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Actually, I seriously doubt it would really matter. He is a man with a mission and a crusade, and not to be deterred by little things like judicial reprimand. Short of jail nothing will penetrate, and then he'll just take it as martyrdom and proof he's right.

Denying him court access except with lawyer in hand is about the best the best/only real option.


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