Brian Shaw Discussions

The following are a series of discussions The Battler has had with constitutional and Common Law expert Brian Shaw.

Brian is a farmer from Werribee, Victoria, who has spent years studying the law and the Constitution. As a result, he has amassed a wealth of knowledge about the state of our nation’s government and laws.

In this series, we will hear Brian delve into the historical background of our Constitution, Federation, British/Australian legal and political history.

Once he has explained the history, we explore how the political parties have committed Treason, Treachery, and Misprision of Treason. As we go, listen carefully, because Brian gives us the knowledge and methods we can all use to bring our government back from the Socialist mess the political parties have mired us in.

As Brian says, we cannot rely on anyone else to solve our problems. The Privy Council has been informed of the problems, but ultimately our fate rests in our hands. It is up to each one of us to stand up and demand that the political parties step aside so that We, the People of the Commonwealth of Australia can govern ourselves under our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.

This is Brian’s website:

Elijah’s Challenge: http://elijahschallenge.net/

“Running Notes”  Brian Shaw Podcast No. 11 (Part A – Treason)

00:00 – 02:14 happy ads.
02:15  Intro – Brian Shaw
02:23  What constitutes Treason
02:35  Take 10 – 15 mins to prove it
02:49  Constitution Act 1889 (W.A.)
CONSTITUTION ACT 1889 (W.A.)
http://classic.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/wa/consol_act/ca1889188/

02:55  Sect 2 of that Act

CONSTITUTION ACT 1889 – SECT 2

.         Legislature to be constituted in Western Australia

  (2)         The Parliament of Western Australia consists of the Queen and the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly.   

03:09  but subsection (3)
  (3)         Every Bill, after its passage through the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly, shall, subject to section 73, be presented to the Governor for assent by or in the name of the Queen and shall be of no effect unless it has been duly assented to by or in the name of the Queen.   

03:28  operative word there – ” Queen “
03:33  then we go to Section 73

CONSTITUTION ACT 1889 – SECT 73

73 .         Legislature as constituted by this Act empowered to alter any of its provisions

03:48  sect 73 (2) (a)

(2)         A Bill that —  

            (a)         expressly or impliedly provides for the abolition of or alteration

                          in the office of Governor; or 

04:00  now when you look at (e)

 (e)         expressly or impliedly in any way affects any of the following sections of this Act, namely —  

sections 2345051 and 73

                shall not be presented for assent by or in the name of the Queen unless —  

04:15  jumping down to (g)

(g)         the Bill has also prior to such presentation been approved by the electors in accordance with this section, 

                and a Bill assented to consequent upon its presentation in contravention of this subsection shall be of no effect as an Act. 

04:32  now when they did the “Acts Ammendment Repeal (Courts and Legal

             Practice) Act” enacted on Jan 1, 2004

http://classic.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/wa/num_act/aaaralpa200365o2003458/

ACTS AMENDMENT AND REPEAL (COURTS AND LEGAL PRACTICE) ACT 2003 (NO. 65 OF 2003)

04:38  They took The Queen out and substituted Governor

04:43  that completely affects four of those six sections I just said
04:48  automatically making the Act invalid
04:53  The problem is the elements of Treason
TREASON. The offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance; or of betraying the state into the hands of a foreign power. Webster. “Treason” consists of two elements: Adherence to the enemy, and rendering him aid and comfort. Cramer v. U. S., U.S.N.Y., 65 S.Ct. 918, 932, 325 U.S. 1, 89 L.Ed. 1441. In England, treason is an offense particularly directed against the person of the sovereign, and consists (1) in compassing or imagining the death of the king or queen, or their eldest son and heir; (2) in violating the king’s companion, or the king’s eldest daughter unmarried, or the wife of the king’s eldest son and heir; (3) in levying war against the king in his realm; (4) in adhering to the king’s enemies in his realm, giving to them aid and comfort in the realm or elsewhere, and (5) slaying the chancellor, treasurer, or the king’s justices ofthe one bench or the other, justices in eyre, or justices of assize, and all other justices assigned to hear and determine, being in their places doing their offices. 4 Steph.Comm. 185-193; 4 Bl. Comm. 76-84. 
High Treason In English law. Treason against the king or sovereign, as distinguished from petit or petty treason, which might formerly be committed against a subject. 4 Bl.Comm. 74, 75; 4 Steph. Comm. 183, 184, note. 
Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Edition, 1968, Page 1672.

04:55  the word “elements” is correct in Law
ELEMENTS OF CRIME elements of crime.The constituent parts of a crime — usu. consisting of the actus reus, mens rea, and causation — that the prosecution must prove to sustain a conviction.• The term is more broadly defined by the Model Penal Code in § 1.13(9) to refer to each component of the actus reus, causation, the mens rea, any grading factors, and the negative of any defense. Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th Edition, 2004, Page 1576. 

05:00  the ‘elements’ for the offence of Treason is Breach of Allegiance
allegianceNOUNloyalty or commitment to a superior or to a group or cause.”those wishing to receive citizenship must swear allegiance to the republic” 
05:05  now when a Governor signs The Queen out of a particular Bill
05:08  He (Gov.) has not only breached his allegiance, he has thrown             her (Queen) out the window and into the gutter
05:14  that’s the biggest breach you will ever get
05:16  which is the ‘elements’ of Treason
05:18  Now the Supreme Court Judge in W.A. said “What is the elements of Treason?”
05:25  does that mean have to give them an authorative page?
05:28    R v Casement 1917, King’s Bench at 114
05:30  at 114, it says “Breach of Allegiance is Treason”
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http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/judiciary/The-Trial-of-Casement-2069.asp
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http://www.uniset.ca/other/cs3/19452AER673.html

   In R v Casement the Court of Criminal Appeal dealt with the appeal of a person who had been convicted of high treason by adhering to the King’s enemies without the realm, and no question was raised upon the appeal other than the question whether the matter described in the indictment was any offence against the Treason Act, 1351, and in giving the judgment of the court of five judges dismissing the appeal, Darling J observed as follows ([1917] 1 KB 98, at p 138):


   ‘A statute was passed which has often been cited here, a statute of 35 Hen. 8 … “… for the trial of treasons committed out of the King’s dominions.” There is a distinct statement that you can commit treason out of the King’s dominions; it is only a question of how the person is to be tried … Therefore this trial was rightly had in the King’s bench, provided that what was done by the appellant amounted to treason by virtue of the statute of Edward III. If it was such a treason it was rightly tried.’ 

We say the same thing in this case. We can find no justification for holding that because the appellant in this case is not a British subject, therefore, although he can commit the crime alleged in the indictment of being a person who has adhered to the King’s enemies while owing allegiance to the King, yet no court has power to try him because he is an alien. It is right to add that counsel for the appellant agreed that if the appellant was triable in this country as the result of the statute of Hen 8 he was properly so tried at the Central Criminal Court. 
   A further point taken by counsel for the appellant was that assuming the court was against him on his first two points there was no evidence that the renewal of the appellant’s passport afforded him or was capable of affording him any protection, or that the appellant ever availed himself or had any intention of availing himself of any such protection and if there was any such evidence the issue was one for the jury and the judge failed to direct them thereon. It is true that no direct evidence was called in respect of the effect of the passport but the document speaks for itself, and we have already dealt with its effect earlier. In our view the passport was capable of affording him protection none the less because it was obtained by a misrepresentation and it is quite immaterial whether the appellant availed himself of that protection or not, as he had sought such protection and it was available for his use. 
   For these reasons we find ourselves in complete agreement with the decision of the trial judge and substantially for the same reasons. The appeal is dismissed.
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05:36  In the Act, that they did, not only did they breach the Allegiance,            they chucked her (The Queen) out, 
05:44 they chucked out Her Majesty, The Queen, the Crown, her heirs and successors,           her subjects.
05:50  One Act swept the lot out 
05:55  I’m reading from sect 22 of the W.A. Constitution
05:58  it says “Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance”

(W.A.) CONSTITUTION ACT 1889 – 

22 .         Oath or affirmation of allegiance

                No member of the Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly shall sit or vote therein until he has taken and subscribed before the Governor, or some person authorised by the Governor in that behalf, an oath or affirmation of office in a form set out in Schedule E. 
06:18  I’m now going to the Schedule 

(W.A.) CONSTITUTION ACT 1889 – SCHEDULE 5

[s. 22] 

        [Heading inserted: No. 24 of 2005 s. 7.] 

Either — 

            (a)         I, [ name ], [ insert an oath or affirmation according to the Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005 ] that I will faithfully serve the people of Western Australia as a member of the *Legislative Council/Legislative Assembly. 

                [*Delete the inapplicable.] 

or — 

            (b)         I, [ name ], [ insert an oath or affirmation according to the Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005 ] that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, her heirs and successors, according to law and will faithfully serve the people of Western Australia as a member of the *Legislative Council/Legislative Assembly. 

                [*Delete the inapplicable.] 

        [Schedule E inserted: No. 24 of 2005 s. 7.] 
06:31  I’ll read out the Affirmation as taken by Kim Beasley

            (b)         I, [ name ], [ insert an oath or affirmation according to the Oaths, Affidavits and Statutory Declarations Act 2005 ] that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, her heirs and successors, according to law and will faithfully serve the people of Western Australia as a member of the *Legislative Council/Legislative Assembly. 

                [*Delete the inapplicable.] 
06:45  That’s the Oath of Allegiance, The Affirmation
06:48  problem is in the –

ACTS AMENDMENT AND REPEAL (COURTS AND LEGAL PRACTICE) ACT 2003 (NO. 65 OF 2003)

06:53  They all threw her out
06:55  so everyone had to take an Oath to be in the Parliament under Section 22
07:00  the Allegiance is to Her Majesty

ACTS AMENDMENT AND REPEAL (COURTS AND LEGAL PRACTICE) ACT 2003 (NO. 65 OF 2003)

07:12  about 10 or 12 Acts
07:20 everyone of those Acts is Breach of Allegiance,            is Elements of Treason
07:25  What is the Elements for Misprision of Treason?            (Concealment of Treason)
MISPRISION OF TREASON. The bare knowledge and concealment of an act of treason or treasonable plot, that is, without any assent or participation therein, for if the latter elements be present the party becomes a principal. 4 Bl.Comm. 120; Pen.Code Cal. ‘§ 38. Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Edition, 1968, Page 1152.

07:34  there is a big penalty for Treason
07:35  I’m holding up the Criminal Code Act 1995 Section 5
07:55  it comes out of the Criminal Code Act 1995 Chapter  5

Chapter 5 — The security of the Commonwealth

Part 5.1 — Treason and related offences

Division 80 — Treason, urging violence and advocating terrorism or genocide

08:05 

Subdivision A–Preliminary

80.1A   Definitions

                   In this Division:

“organisation” means:

                     (a)  a body corporate; or

                     (b)  an unincorporated body;

whether or not the body is based outside Australia, consists of persons who are not Australian citizens, or is part of a larger organisation.

“party” includes a person, body or group of any kind.

08:15  In Australia, that would have every body corporate and an incorporated body 

           on an act of concealment of Treason

08:28  State of W.A. is a Federated State             but in the Act itself they also put the Commonwealth

08:36  now in Section 80.1

Subdivision B–Treason

80.1   Treason

(2)  A person commits an offence if the person:

                     (a)  receives or assists another person who, to his or her knowledge, has committed an offence against this Subdivision (other than this subsection) with the intention of allowing him or her to escape punishment or apprehension; or

08:55  that is literally everyone who stops this from going to Criminal Trial

09:00  Damian Bugg and every Attorney General
09:08  I’ve charged every Attorney General including Kim Beasley
09:15  2006 to 2007 – 40 in that period
09:30 Victoria made me a Vexatious Litigant so that the people couldn’t hear it
09:40    (b)  knowing that another person intends to commit an offence against this Subdivision (other than this subsection), does not inform a constable of it within a reasonable time or use other reasonable endeavours to prevent the commission of the offence.
09:50  I’ll stop right there – that’s what lets you in

10:12 Let’s assume you live in Q’ld. and you’ve now got 30 people in the room
10:25  They have taken out The Queen,             there is no longer Allegiance to The Queen.            that is Treason
10:30  that is what I’m saying
10:32  Misprision is concealing Treason
10:36  what about un-knowingly?
10:39  when they get it in a Court of Law or by letter
10:48  if I find this out then I have a duty to go to a Constable and report it           to initiate charges against the treasonous one
11:01  here comes the point I’m making           you’ve now got 30 people in the room and            you’re running this on an overhead (projector)
11:08  if they agree this is an act of Treason,            this is what is called an Act of Treason
11:12  That’s what you call a ‘Common Law Grand Jury’
11:15  you can feed this out through a Citizen’s Initiated Referendum            or through the local Pub
11:27  but, they’ll see this in half an hour at the most
11:32  then you just have a piece of paper and all of them sign it           “I have seen the evidence [ the evidence is what you have been reading there ]            I state this is a criminal offence and I find the charge proven on Treason”
11:46  they sign that piece of paper – you need a minimum of 23           they don’t need to be on the electoral roll, they only need to have a poll
11:55  If they can sign the’ve got a poll

12:02  Need a Foreman or two or three from that group and just walk it down             to the cop shop and say “here is a Common Law indictment,            go and arrest that person”
12:16  that’s what that section is saying
12:18  What happens if the Police refuse to do so?
12:20  go back to the Pub and do one on them
12:25  keep going back to the Pub until thet work out            this is going to happen all of the time

if they don’t accept it, go back to the pub and sign them up
12:30  once you’ve got any litigation, anyone got any Litigation           can put that in their Litigation. It’s a signed Indictment
12:47  Treason can only be done by Grand Jury
            (had one in the Pub, 23 people signed it)
13:00  The Police are not doing their job

13:07  Now when did the Police Commissioner            get this problem from W.A. to Q’ld.?
13:12  Want to make it, no one yet has made them do their jobs
13:17   if they don’t do their job, you either can arrest them there and             give the complaint to the copper standing beside them
13:27  alternatively, Subpoena them into any Litigation you want
13:30  Subpoena will make them say “we better be doing this”
13:35  This is a Commonwealth Act but you will have a State act             which says you have to inform the Police
13:50  State problem is State Police, when you’ge got a           Commonwealth problem that is Federal Police

13:58  Now when you’ve got a Banking problem,            i.e. the Banks are working without The Queen in there           “Body Corporate” or “Incorporated Body” – either way, that’s the Banks

14:14  now Section 3AA of theCrimes Act 1914 kicks in
14:21  defines what a “Constitutional Corporation” is

(C’wlth) CRIMES ACT 1914 – SECT 3AA 

State offences that have a federal aspect

CRIMES ACT 1914 – SECT 3AA

State offences that have a federal aspect

Object

          (1A)  The object of this section is to identify State offences that have a federal aspect because:

                     (a)  they potentially fall within Commonwealth legislative power because of the elements of the State offence; or

                     (b)  they potentially fall within Commonwealth legislative power because of the circumstances in which the State offence was committed (whether or not those circumstances are expressed to be acts or omissions involved in committing the offence); or

                     (c)  the Australian Federal Police investigating them is incidental to the Australian Federal Police investigating an offence against a law of the Commonwealth or a Territory.

State offences that have a federal aspect

             (1)  For the purposes of this Act, a State offence has a federal aspect if, and only if:

                     (a)  both:

                              (i)  the State offence is not an ancillary offence; and

                             (ii)  assuming that the provision creating the State offence had been enacted by the Parliament of the Commonwealth instead of by the Parliament of the State–the provision would have been a valid law of the Commonwealth; or

                     (b)  both:

                              (i)  the State offence is an ancillary offence that relates to a particular primary offence; and

                             (ii)  assuming that the provision creating the primary offence had been enacted by the Parliament of the Commonwealth instead of by the Parliament of the State–the provision would have been a valid law of the Commonwealth; or

                     (c)  assuming that the Parliament of the Commonwealth had enacted a provision that created an offence penalising the specific acts or omissions involved in committing the State offence–that provision would have been a valid law of the Commonwealth; or

                     (d)  both:

                              (i)  the Australian Federal Police is investigating an offence against a law of the Commonwealth or a Territory; and

                             (ii)  if the Australian Federal Police is investigating, or were to investigate, the State offence–that investigation is, or would be, incidental to the investigation mentioned in subparagraph (i).

Specificity of acts or omissions

             (2)  For the purposes of paragraph (1)(c), the specificity of the acts or omissions involved in committing a State offence is to be determined having regard to the circumstances in which the offence was committed (whether or not those circumstances are expressed to be elements of the offence).

State offences covered by paragraph (1)(c)

             (3)  A State offence is taken to be covered by paragraph (1)(c) if the conduct constituting the State offence:

                     (a)  affects the interests of:

                              (i)  the Commonwealth; or

                             (ii)  an authority of the Commonwealth; or

                            (iii)  a constitutional corporation; or

                     (b)  was engaged in by a constitutional corporation; or

                     (c)  was engaged in in a Commonwealth place; or

                     (d)  involved the use of a postal service or other like service; or

                     (e)  involved an electronic communication; or

                      (f)  involved trade or commerce:

                              (i)  between Australia and places outside Australia; or

                             (ii)  among the States; or

                            (iii)  within a Territory, between a State and a Territory or between 2 Territories; or

                     (g)  involved:

                              (i)  banking (other than State banking not extending beyond the limits of the State concerned); or

                             (ii)  insurance (other than State insurance not extending beyond the limits of the State concerned); or

                     (h)  relates to a matter outside Australia; or

                      (i)  relates to a matter in respect of which an international agreement to which Australia is a partyimposes obligations to which effect could be given by the creation of an offence against the domestic laws of the parties to the agreement; or

                      (j)  relates to a matter that affects the relations between Australia and another country or countries or is otherwise a subject of international concern.

             (4)  Subsection (3) does not limit paragraph (1)(c).

Definitions

             (5)  In this section:

“ancillary offence , in relation to an offence (the primary offence” ), means:

                     (a)  an offence of conspiring to commit the primary offence; or

                     (b)  an offence of aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring, or being in any way knowingly concerned in, the commission of the primary offence; or

                     (c)  an offence of attempting to commit the primary offence.

“Commonwealth place” has the same meaning as in the Commonwealth Places (Application of Laws) Act 1970 .

“conduct has the same meaning as in the Criminal Code” .

“constitutional corporation” means a corporation to which paragraph 51(xx) of the Constitution applies.

“electronic communication” means a communication of information:

                     (a)  whether in the form of text; or

                     (b)  whether in the form of data; or

                     (c)  whether in the form of speech, music or other sounds; or

                     (d)  whether in the form of visual images (animated or otherwise); or

                     (e)  whether in any other form; or

                      (f)  whether in any combination of forms;

by means of guided and/or unguided electromagnetic energy.

“engage in conduct has the same meaning as in the Criminal Code” .

“State” includes the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory.

“State offence” means an offence against a law of a State.

Note:          Subsection 3(1) defines State to include the Northern Territory.
14:30  defined by Sect 51 sub (xx) Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA CONSTITUTION ACT – SECT 51

Legislative powers of the Parliament [see Notes 10 and 11]
(xx)  foreign corporations, and trading or financial corporations formed           within the limits of the Commonwealth;  

14:55  all of our Banks in Aust. sit under that, the secured party,            the Federal Reserve in New York
15:07  suddenly they’re back in here under criminal activities
15:30 you can’t go outside the Limits of Commonwealth
15:36  taking The Queen out destroys the Limits
15:40  you’ve ran across the boundary line flat out’           heading for another football oval
15:45  you’ve kicked a the goal on the next oval so put it on my score

15:55  section 3AA (That’s ” double-A”) kicks in section 51 sub. (xx)           and literally takes out every corporation in this country
16:05  makes them active to the offence of Treason
16:12  to conceal it, suddenly you’re only looking for the CEO           otherwise you’re looking at too much paperwork
16:16  you can form a Grand Jury in Q’ld.,           a Common Law Grand Jury and now you’ve got a signed Indictment            if they’re all prepared to sign their names to what you put up
16:35  you need a Minimum of 23
16:40  this would solve Israel Falou’s problem, wouldn’t it?           (Rugby player, Australia)
16:45  He’s collected about $3M from some Christian Lobby Group
16:52  you cannot get that money until The Queen revealed
17:00  you’re actually defeating the purpose of what was said
17:06  to say it’s Rugby Australia,  how many AFL Clubs            are going from this particular act in relation to a            corporation or incorporated body are functioning            in the State of W.A., removed The Queen without a Referendum
17:25  There’s two, West Coast and Freemantle

17:30  the C.E.O.’s of both those clubs can be criminally            indicted for Treason
17:40  how does this relate to Israel Falou’ case?           he’s not from W.A., is he?
17:48  the problem is W.A. is Federated
17:50  it’s the whole of Australia
18:08  it’s a legal term – “Causal Link” used at Bar Table
CAUSAL causal (kaw-z<>l), adj.1. Of, relating to, or involving causation .  <a causal link exists between the de-fendant’s     action and the plaintiff’s injury>  
2. Arising from a cause . Cf. CAUSATIVE.   
Black’s Law Dictionary, 8th Edition, 2004, Page 658. 

18:35  How does a W.A.link to the other states
18:40  Commonwealth  Elections
18:48  Writ for W.A., then signed by Kim Beasley, the offender, criminal            sent 12 Senators to Canberra Attaint the whole Senate
19:03  now you get “Attainted of Treason”
19:09  but, does it also catch the House of Reps.?
19:10  There’s your “Causal Link”
19:21   does it also catch 7 High Court Judges,             every one of them appointed after 1st Jan 2004
19:25  they were appointed with the “Attainted by Treason” Govt.
19:30  Does that stop the United Nations “truck”?           does it ‘flatten all its tyres’?
19:40  now what the hell do we do with them,           now we can indict them
19:45  who are you goint to indict?           the U.N. won’t come over here nto get indicted
19:51  what you can indict is the agents and servants for that U.N. Trustee
19:56  because they live here, they’re your governors, governor generals,           judges, magistrates.
20:01  none of them can be functioning, with a valid grant of power           after they chucked The Queen out through the window
20:12  there’s your Treason
20:14  When a copper doesn’t want to activate, that’s OK,            I’ll be reading that really carefully, because            I’ll come back in a couple of days and see what you want to do
20:22  if you don’t want to do the arrest from the indictment            we just gave you, we have to place you under arrest            and we’ll go back and get an indictment on you
20:35  and incidentally, we’ll Subpoena you into whatever            Litigation is happening for whoever wants you as a witness
20:39  and chuck them in the Witness Box
20:41  and say to that copper, this is your responsibility
20:55  in Vic. we have a matching Act           Section  9A Crimes Act 1958 in Vic.

(Vic.) CRIMES ACT 1958 – SECT 9A Treason

CRIMES ACT 1958 – SECT 9A

Treason

S. 9A(1) amended by Nos 37/1986 s. 9, 49/1991 s. 119(1) 

(Sch. 2 item 6(a)(i)).

    (1)     A person who—

        (a)     kills the Sovereign, does the Sovereign any bodily harm tending to the death or destruction of the Sovereign or maims, wounds, imprisons or restrains the Sovereign;

S. 9A(1)(b) amended by No. 60/2013 s. 6(Sch. 2 item 1).

        (b)     kills the eldest child and heir apparent, or the Consort, of the Sovereign;

        (c)     levies war, or does any act preparatory to levying war, against the Commonwealth of Australia;

        (d)     assists by any means whatever, with intent to assist, an enemy at war with the Commonwealth of Australia, whether or not the existence of a state of war has been declared;

        (e)     instigates a foreigner to make an armed invasion of the Commonwealth or any Territory not forming part of the Commonwealth; or

        (f)     forms an intention to do any act referred to in a preceding paragraph of this subsection and manifests that intention by an overt act—

shall be guilty of an indictable offence, called treason, and liable to—

S. 9A(1)(a) inserted by No. 37/1986 s. 9, amended by No. 49/1991 s. 119(1) 

(Sch. 2 item 6(a)(ii)), substituted as s. 9A(1)(g) by No. 48/1997 

s. 60(1)(Sch. 1 item 7).

        (g)     level 1 imprisonment (life); or

S. 9A(1)(b) inserted by No. 37/1986 s. 9, amended by No. 49/1991 s. 119(1) 

(Sch. 2 item 6(a)(iii)), re-numbered as s. 9A(1)(h) by No. 48/1997 

s. 62(1).

        (h)     imprisonment for such other term as is fixed by the court—

as the court determines.

S. 9A(2) amended by Nos 49/1991 s. 119(1) 

(Sch. 2 item 6(b)), 48/1997 

s. 60(1)(Sch. 1 item 8).

    (2)     A person who—

        (a)     receives or assists another person who is to his knowledge guilty of treason in order to enable him to escape punishment; or

        (b)     knowing that a person intends to commit treason, does not give information thereof with all reasonable despatch to a constable or use other reasonable endeavours to prevent the commission of the offence—

shall be guilty of an indictable offence.

Penalty:     Level 3 imprisonment (20 years maximum).

    (3)     On the trial of a person charged with treason on the ground that he formed an intention to do an act referred to in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) of subsection (1) of this section and manifested that intention by an overt act, evidence of the overt act shall not be admitted unless the overt act was alleged in the indictment.

Pt 1 Div. 1 Subdiv. (2) (Heading and s. 10) amended by Nos 9576 s. 11(1), 49/1991 s. 119(1) (Sch. 2 item 7), 48/1997 s. 60(1)(Sch. 1 item 9), 7/2008 s. 7(3)(b), repealed by No. 58/2008 s. 9.

    *     *     *     *     *

Pt 1 Div. 1 Subdiv. (3) repealed. [1]

    *     *     *     *     *

No. 6103 s. 15.

Pt 1 Div. 1 Subdiv. (4) (Heading and s. 15) amended by No. 9576 s. 11(1), substituted as Pt 1 Div. 1 Subdiv. (4) 

(Heading and ss 15–31) by No. 10233 s. 8(2).

(4) Offences against the person

S. 15 substituted by No. 10233 s. 8(2).

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        (b)     knowing that a person intends to commit treason, does not give information thereof with all reasonable despatch to a constable or use other reasonable endeavours to prevent the commission of the offence—

shall be guilty of an indictable offence.

Penalty:     Level 3 imprisonment (20 years maximum).

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Treason was removed from the (Q’ld.) Criminal Code 1899 in 1997
  The Criminal Law Amendment Act 1997(Qld) Act No. 3 of 1997 by Section 120—Schedule 1—Provisions of Criminal Code Repealed omitted from the Criminal Code Act 1899(Qld) 
See separate seven (7) page article  by Dick Yardley
“Criminal Code Act 1899 07B Treason Omitted By Act 3 of 1997.pdf

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21:30  People don’t know how to say “You’re under arrest”           it’s really simple, you don’t have to touch them,           you only have to notify them they are committing           an indictable offence – you are now under arrest.
21:48  we’ve got to bring this U.N. Trustee       up on the table

22:00  the Q’ld. Police  are governed by the 1899 criminal Code
22:08  not doing their duty is covered by Section 200

(Q’ld.) CRIMINAL CODE 1899 – 

200 Refusal by public officer to perform duty

Any person who, being employed in the public service, or as an officer of any court or tribunal, perversely and without lawful excuse omits or refuses to do any act which it is his or her duty to do by virtue of his or her employment is guilty of a misdemeanour, and is liable to imprisonment for 2 years, and to be fined at the discretion of the court.

204 Disobedience to statute law

(1) Any person who without lawful excuse, the proof of which lies on the person, does any act which the person is, by the provisions of any public statute in force in Queensland, forbidden to do, or omits to do any act which the person is, by the provisions of any such statute, required to do, is guilty of a misdemeanour, unless some mode of proceeding against the person for such disobedience is expressly provided by statute, and is intended to be exclusive of all other punishment.

(2) The offender is liable to imprisonment for 1 year.

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22:38  these police are all working for a corporation           we don’t even have any real police 
22:45  you can charge them under 1995  Crimes Act, Sect 80 (1) (a) definition           you can actually charge the Q’ld. Police as a Body Corporate
23:10  went to the coppers in Kalgoorlie (W.A.) to say to them            “when are you going to do something about the treatment here in W.A.?”

23:30  This was his answer – “When you got 2 or 3 Politicians jumping up and down
23:40  where do we get 2 or 3 Politicians jumping up and down            charge them
23:55  suddenly you’ve got 12 Senators all jumping up and down
24:25  Well hello – That’s 12 Senators of W.A.
24:55  We can force State Police and Federal Police            and we’re only talking to the Chief Commissioners            we only got to get two
25:15  walk in and say “can you give me half an hour of your time
25:30  Section 80 subsection (b) (refer 20:55 above)

        (b)     knowing that a person intends to commit treason, does not give information thereof with all reasonable despatch to a constable or use other reasonable endeavours to prevent the commission of the offence—

shall be guilty of an indictable offence.25:41  does not inform a Constable
25:51  within a reasonable time or use other reasonable endeavours           -That’s a Grand Jury
26:15  or other reasonable endeavour – Grand Jury
26:50  Name them in the Witness Box
26:55  Going to take it to the Good Ship Lollipop – that’s the U.N. Trustee
27:04  Not saying The Queen is right or wrong
27:10  They took her out without asking us            that’s the offence – not whether we like her or we don’t
27:30  well Brian, you’ve proved your point –           you defined treason in less than 15 minutes
27:49  in next session – what happened when Whitlam got thrown out           How did that happen and why?
28:03  can I Reserve that question to another session
28:16  it was a critical turning point in our Law
28:19  the simple answer would be           There is a secret society in Australia            it runs under Spartacus (secret society)            He (EGW) was a critical player

https://books.google.com.au/books?id=YFeCDwAAQBAJ&pg=PT208&lpg=PT208&dq=spartacus+secret+society+in+australia&source=bl&ots=lF3TP3DHZD&sig=ACfU3U0No7RcJ2AfNl4Qwr1oFXcnq_WQdQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj23cSC7ankAhXnILcAHXThBrUQ6AEwDnoECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=spartacus%20secret%20society%20in%20australia&f=false

28:52  He was a No. 1 player
29:12  they run in Australia under a ‘Club of 300’
29:18  I can unwrap Masonic Lodge pretty easy in a Court of Law
29:28  Do you want to make another day?
29:40  Barry is here to talk about
30:03  He is an Irate Irishman
30:12  Most Irish are a bit ‘pistorf’ anyway
30:17 So he doesn’t want to jump into the seat
30:23  this is what I say to a lot of people –           write an Affidavit and Litigate
31:55  We’ll kick off in 5 mins with Barry co-interview
31:18  the consequences of removing The Queen –           Barry knows that, he’s also a Real Estate Agent
31:31  he knows the consequences of Titles and all that sort of stuff
31:44  End of “Part A” – more music
32:02 – 36:55   more music
36:55  back with Barry and Brian
58:29 – 58:59  end music

~ Thank you to Dallas Spencer for researching and providing this information