Adding a Spiritual-Dimension to the "Freeman on the Land" Concept.
The documentary itself has found wide-spread support from around the world by highlighting irregularities in the government's official report of what transpired on 7/7, 2005, causing many people to question the integrity of the government's original story.
Members of the public regularly send information to courthouses either anonymously, or as an identifiable amicus curiae ("friend of the court"), when they believe they have information vital to a particular proceeding. For this reason, Mr. Hill believes that it is due to the mainstream success of his film, and the resulting embarrassment caused to the Crown by requiring them to change their official story, that he's now being unfairly and maliciously prosecuted for political reasons. Prior to the Supreme Court hearing, Mr. Hill stated, "They have absolutely no case." He has asserted that the prosecutor and judge were committing perjury and that he was striving to prevent them from perverting the course of justice. As a result of his persistent activism, the prosecution services appear to have gone out of their way to charge him with the crime he says they were committing. Mr. Hill has told friends that because he won't "play ball" with them, they are now "hitting (him) with the BAR."
His use of the word "BAR" refers to the worldwide legal fraternity, the "British Accredited Registry", of which most lawyers and judges in a number of first-world nations are members.
Supporters plan to hold rallies in a showing of solidarity with Mr. Hill's efforts, though it is currently unknown which court Mr. Hill will appear before, or when, as the extradition process is still being carried out.
"7/7 Ripple Effect" will be shown on Sky channel 201 (The Showcase Channel), and Freesat 403, on 26th November 2010 at 7:00pm.
People interested in watching the documentary for free online or attending the support rallies are encouraged to go to the following website for more details and contact information: http://mtrial.org.
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