Here is the latest on Kiri’s Case. Some may argue that these methods of non Consent prevent her from being released. Yes Kiri could just plead not guilty and get out on bail (possibly), but then she is accepting the fraud of the court system and denying her own truth.
Kiri and this event, are an example of “bringing it back to PRIME.” It is not enough to get out of the charges using some contrived legal devices; rolling over and accepting the fraud. If you have not read what the Protestors and Supports asked of the courts; they dispelled the presumptions by asking questions. These are the questions that bring everything back to Prime. (If you have not read about Kiri’s story before browse the article list below which details her DOV deposit process, initial court appearance and more).
Kiri’s Status Update
Kiri Campbell has been charged with four counts of using a document to gain a pecuniary advantage. She was due to appear in the Hawera District Court this morning but her supporters turned out in force and caused the shut down of the courtroom. This will not prevent the fraudulent charges from being levied, just make a statement. Campbell’s plight has gained traction over the last few days on social media and has been associated with the Maori sovereignty movement.
For the previous article about what the supports asked of the courts go here:
For previous UPDATE on 8:00pm 27 July 2013 go here:
For previous UPDATE on 10:22pm 26 July 2013 go here:
For the initial Kiri Arrested (Again) go here:
Protest closes courtroomPublished on 30/07/2013, NZ time
Protesters gather outside the Hawera District Court.
LATEST: The courtroom where about 80 people were this morning protesting the arrest of a Hawera woman has been cleared.
The protesters have moved outside the courtroom itself but are still refusing to leave the premises.
The court session has resumed, but the public gallery is still closed.
Kiri Campbell has been charged with four counts of using a document to gain a pecuniary advantage.
She was due to appear in the Hawera District Court this morning but her supporters turned out in force and caused the shut down of the courtroom.
A Taranaki Daily News reporter in the court said the media had been asked to leave for their own safety.
One man in the court was waving the Maori flag of the United Tribes and would not stop when asked, saying: “I do not consent to what you say, sir,” whenever approached by a court officer.
The judge refused to begin proceedings until the flag was removed.
Campbell’s plight has gained traction over the last few days on social media and has been associated with the Maori sovereignty movement.
She was an administrator of The One People Aotearoa-New Zealand Facebook page, which is linked to a “sister site” called Mortgage Terminators.
– © Fairfax NZ News_____________________________________________________________________________Protesters shut down court
Published on The New Zeland Herald, 12:38 PM Tuesday Jul 30, 2013
A group of 200 protesters forced the Hawera District Court to abandon proceedings this morning.
Judge Allan Roberts was to hear several cases as part of a standard police list day, but supporters of Kiri Campbell, who was due to appear on charges of using a document for pecuniary advantage, forced him to remain in his chambers.
The public gallery was packed with people, some even having to sit on the floor. One protester was waving a flag and Judge Roberts, through police, requested the flag be removed but the protester refused.
About six police and court security officers entered the courtroom at 10.15am to ask the protester to remove the flag a final time but he refused, and court officers including media were escorted from the courtroom.
Campbell could be heard in the cells screaming, prompting supporters to call out to her.
Campbell was taken from the courthouse in a police vehicle and the protesters held an impromptu hui outside the court.
– WANGANUI CHRONICLE
If you are new to Kiri’s Story read these articles:
Kiri Deposits 15,000,000 of Value – Process Summary
Kiri’s PreTrial Update & TSB Bank Comments on Facebook
Kiri’s Day in Court – No Offers to Contract Accepted!