Instructions for all Direct Action Units
Posted on June 25, 2014
Instructions for Direct Action Units (DAU’s) of the International Common Law Court of Justice
The urgent need to stop the ritual slaughter, rape and trafficking of children, and the refusal of regular police to do so, has compelled the Court to issue a call for a citizens’ militia to halt these crimes. Rituals of the Ninth Circle sacrificial cult scheduled for August 15 at Catholic cathedrals in Montreal and Dublin will be stopped by special Direct Action Units (DAU’s).
The Direct Action Units were mandated by an order of the Court dated June 1, 2014. That mandate reads in part,
“The DAU’s are citizen-based militias whose purpose is:
1. To protect the children of their communities by identifying, arresting and prosecuting child rapists and murderers, and those who aid them, and by permanently banishing such criminals from their communities;
2. To train and mobilize the community to defend itself against threats to their liberty and well being, including by establishing a grass roots intelligence network;
3. To occupy and seize the property and assets of criminal organizations and felons convicted by the Common Law courts;
4. To provide security and protection to the Common Law courts and their officers, and
5. To initiate any other direct actions needed to protect the innocent and the liberties of the people.”
The DAU’s are established by the formation of three or more men or women in a community into a Unit. Each Unit has an elected Commander who overseas the DAU and liaisons with the Central Office. Unlike Court Sheriffs, DAU members require no special training or accreditation, since they are in effect a posse or militia whose purpose is to identify and stop threats to children and the community at large. But the DAU’s will be guided and overseen by trained and professional security personnel.
The DAU’s are in effect the eyes and the arms of the people, watching over and guarding them. As guardians, they monitor crimes, investigate those responsible, and take direct measures to stop them.
The DAU’s are accountable only to the people and to their common law courts, and not to the existing police, de facto courts or governments. They act in unison with the common law courts and sheriffs as their auxiliary arm and militia.
DAU’s now exist in over forty communities in Canada, the USA, Ireland, England, Belgium, Holland, Italy and Australia. For more information and to join or form a DAU, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Issued by The International Common Law Court of Justice – Prosecutor’s Office
25 June, 2014