Dean Clifford Kidnapped with No Warrant, No Cause, No Authority
2013 11 27
2013 11 24 Dean Clifford Kidnapped with No Warrant No Cause No Authority
November 26, 2013
HAMILTON POLICE AID IN THE KIDNAPPING OF AN INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN NATURAL RIGHTS ADVOCATE.
This video is incomplete due to the poor internet coverage in Hamilton. the full video goes for 4mins. the rest will be released as soon as possible.
Hamilton Ontario- Canada on the evening of Nov 24th 2013
Unidentified AGENTS Kidnapped Dean Clifford at the conclusion of his Hamilton Ontario-Canada Seminar.
According to witnesses, the kidnappers did not state that he was under arrest.
They failed to produce a warrant, show their badges, state their names, or produce warrant cards despite repeated demands by the public. Several witnesses at the scene stated, “We have no idea who these people are.” Witnesses also stated that they heard the kidnappers say “Dean Clifford you’re coming with us.”
During the incident, two unidentified women who appeared to be Hamilton City Police Officers arrived at the scene.
However, they refused to assist Dean Clifford.
LISTEN TO THE CAMERA MAN’S WORDS. CAREFULLY.
The kidnappers drove into the public, who had witnessed the incident that were attempting to stop the abduction which took place on private property.
The two women dressed as Hamilton City Police Officers were notified by the public that they and their employers were LIABLE for neglecting to assist Dean Clifford.
Free Dean Clifford Facebook page
Article from: deanclifford.info
And of course the follow-up hit piece by the mainstream machine, because as we all know, being anti-government is the worst crime ever.
Dean Clifford, Freemen guru, arrested on Canada-wide warrant
By Adam Carter | CBC
Dean Clifford, the so-called guru of the Freemen-on-the-Land movement, was arrested Sunday night in Hamilton on a Canada-wide warrant.
Plainclothes officers from the OPP’s Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement Squad (ROPE) nabbed Clifford after he hosted a two-day “Divestment from Corporations and Detaxation” seminar at the Hamilton Marriott.
The Canada-wide warrant was issued by Winnipeg police, who allege Clifford assaulted police, resisted arrest and obstructed police in the province.
The charges stem from an incident at a traffic stop in Winnipeg on July 13, according to Const. Eric Hofley of the Winnipeg Police Service.
"The warrant is a result of subsequent checks of court-imposed conditions which revealed that he was in breach of his recognizance," he said.
Clifford was scheduled to appear in a Winnipeg court on Aug. 21, but didn’t show up. As a result, a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Hofley would not specify what happened at the traffic stop that led to the charges. "I can’t say anything because it’s still before the courts," he said.
In Hamilton, police usually outline the circumstances that lead to an arrest.
According to an Ontario Provincial Police news release, Clifford "is currently in the process of being returned to Manitoba."
This video of the arrest has since been posted on YouTube.
The Law Society of British Columbia and B.C. Notaries have both issued warnings about Freemen. In a bulletin last year, the society said the group may number as many as 30,000 in Canada.
The RCMP and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police are developing awareness materials for front-line officers, and the movement has been the subject of policing seminars in Vancouver and Toronto.
The FBI considers the movement a domestic terror threat in the U.S.
Read the full article at: cbc.ca
Tune into Red Ice Radio to hear Dean speak on natural law and the sovereign citizen:
Dean Clifford - Hour 1 - Arrest, Victory & Natural Law
Dean Clifford - The Sovereign Citizen
Freeman Dean Clifford Arrested (Feb 2013)
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