May 16, 2014
Note: This Memo is being sent to the now hundreds of volunteers in twelve countries who are being trained as common law peace officers or activists affiliated with the ICLCJ. By now, you should have all received training material and been linked to other volunteers in your town or area. If you have not, please notify us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Each of you is now a part of a sovereign peoples’ movement under the authority of the common law. The aim of that movement is simple: to reclaim the law to serve the people and protect their liberty and security. And as volunteers for sheriff training, you will become the police arm of the common law courts.
Most of you are in the early stages of forming such courts, while others have convened them; and yet regardless, it is vital that each one of you act now with others to become guardians of the peace, of children, and of the peoples’ liberty in your communities.
Consequently, and in accordance with our Urgent Action Alert of May 14, 2014 found at www.itccs.org, our Directorate is calling on all of our chartered common law groups to immediately establish Direct Action Units (DAU’s) as part of their sheriffs’ training program. The DAU’s will undertake the following tasks:
1. Perform arrests on criminals convicted by the ICLCJ, and upon child rapists and others who are clear dangers to our communities, and seize the property of convicted criminal organizations;
2. Provide security for the common law court, and for ICLCJ investigations, such as at mass grave sites and crime scenes, and
3. Conduct public education about the work of the ICLCJ and our local common law courts, and recruit and deputize new members.
The DAU’s will draw more people into our movement and gain legitimacy for it by showing that we are not simply talking about justice, but showing that our courts and the people at large have the power to directly stop crime and protect the innocent in their own communities. For as Sun Tzu says in The Art of War, “Bind those you lead into battle with deeds; do not command them with words.”
We therefore ask each of your local common law groups to immediately recruit reliable, able bodied men and women into Direct Action Units of no more than ten people each, under the leadership of a Unit Commander. Once formed, the DAU will be expected to undertake all three of the tasks outlined above, and to report regularly to ICLCJ Central or to Field Secretary Kevin Annett, who will provide you with the necessary material and information needed to proceed.
Feel free to take action based on what you know is true and necessary. Stay alert for more updates, and contact Kevin at email@example.com for front line assistance and to report your progress.
With our thanks,
The Central Directorate of ICLCJ , Brussels 16/5/2014 (GMT)