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 [Public disorder] Zalmy vs Plymouth - Discharged (3/7/06)

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PostSubject: [Public disorder] Zalmy vs Plymouth - Discharged (3/7/06)   Tue 4 Jul - 4:05

Bill of indictment wrote:
Zalmy was making advertising against the willing of the Bartender, Bestiole, and the tavern owner, me. He advertised for his revolutionary movement, the fist, repeating several time the following sentence :
"Zalmy : Hello there. If u dont agree with minimum wage, the acual law sistem and how we develop as county Join THE FIST to change something"

He annoyed people in the tavern at the same time and did not took part in discussions except to repeat this sentence.

As our tavern "Canaries' Dish" is against revolt and do not want to support this movement, we consider this action as public disorder.

First defence pleading wrote:
Your Honor
We meet again. I just arrived in Plymouth and I’m in court. Thanks for the warm welcome made by the mayor of Plymouth.
I’m again prosecuted for Public Disorder.
Can the prosecution give me a fragment of the Public Disorder law?
http://www.acilion.com/englishforum/viewtopic.php?t=12374
I must skipped when I read the law, can’t find the definition for public disorder
We have a tavern law just approved. I didn’t read I can’t advertise in taverns.
u can find the law in the Lois et décrets.
And can the prosecution show me were I wrote revolt in that advertising message?
“He advertised for his revolutionary movement, the fist, repeating several time the following sentence”
I could say that about OPE too. Why The Fist is more revolutionary then OPE?
Because has different opinion?
“As our tavern "Canaries' Dish" is against revolt and do not want to support this movement, we consider this action as public disorder.|
“Zalmy : Hello there. If u dont agree with minimum wage, the acual law sistem and how we develop as county Join THE FIST to change something"
Did I miss something? I cant see where is wrote REVOLT.

Tnx for ur time your honor.

Prosecutor indictment wrote:
Your Honour,

Zalmy was flooding the tavern with his advertisement. He had no other goal, and was not interested in speaking normally with people. Everybody shall have the right to communicate but with respect, and stop as soon as people (I mean all the people present) ask to.

Zalmy is known for his lack of respect and created already a situation of public disorder. It is time for him to have a respectfull behaviour.

Thanks,

Last defence pleading wrote:
You’re Honor

The prosecution wrote “Zalmy was flooding the tavern with his advertisement.”
Yea I made the advertising announcement twice. Is that flooding? Here is the second one.
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img20/6742/ka58pl.jpg
“He had no other goal, and was not interested in speaking normally with people. Everybody shall have the right to communicate but with respect, and stop as soon as people (I mean all the people present) ask to.”
When u see friendly place u think u make friends there.
This images proof the respect I gain from Ka in matter of minutes, and I was communicating with someone.
(The friendly welcome)
.https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img256/5305/k72rf.jpg
(Me entering in tavern)
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img402/7513/ka13gt.jpg
(The warm welcome from Mayor of Plymouth)
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img222/5612/ka21ay.jpg
And the respect and good behavior of the mayor. Of course we all can “learn” from this behavior
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img314/4530/ka3my.jpg
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img48/9177/ka66gu.jpg
“Zalmy is known for his lack of respect” I wonder who said to Ka that, since he never was in my tavern.
Let’s see some more respect from Ka mayor of Plymouth to his citizens who elected him as mayor. As from the prove above shown to the court first message of the tavern read what is wrote in the bottom.
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img424/5073/ka86ix.jpg
U can see from those images that the mayor of the Plymouth is running after money and not for the wealth of his citizens. The city tavern administrated by the mayor Ka has food just Sunday and the beer is 1 pound. But u can Pm him if u want to sell ur goods cheap to the mayor to raise his pocket.
The mayor of Plymouth said about my parties it’s a revolutionary. I just read his RP description and I found out he isn’t mad just of The Fist.
Take a look of his RP description and the comment to another English party.
https://redcdn.net/ihimizer/img432/6044/ka95rp.jpg

“It is time for him to have a respectful behavior.”
Here I agree with prosecution. It is time for Ka mayor of Plymouth to have a respectful behavior with his citizens and traders.


Thank you, for the time you’re honor.

Eisen (called by the defence) wrote:
"I was there in the tavern to witness the exchange between Zalmy and Ka. At no time did Zalmy say anything to Ka or anyone else in the Tavern that could be considered public disorder, and the burden of proof is on Ka to produce evidence to the contray.

Zalmy was advertising for the Fist, this is not in dispute. But where is it written that political parties are not allowed to speak out in public? Do we or do we not have the freedom as english citizens to say what's on our mind?

If this case is successfull then the court will have set a dangerous precedence against free speech. Ka dosen't like Zalmy and the Fist, so he is using his position of power to silence our political speech. If you lock up Zalmy for political advertising then who's next? Will you lock up the leaders of the Cornwall League or the CUE? Somehow I doubt it...

Malasorte (called by the defence) wrote:
Your Honour i wasnt in Canaries Dish but i was in Safe Haeven where Zalmy also campaign for The Fist and i can tell u that he didnt spoken about a revolt,he didnt said bad word to people even more he was speaking with the people from the taverns...in a way he was funny. From my knowledge i know that it isnt forbitten to campaign in taverns. Im sure that the court will take the right decision in wich defends the liberty of speech and the truth.

Sentence wrote:
Statement of accusation
The defendant has been discharged.
This court finds Zalmy not guilty in the case of Zalmy vs Plymouth. There is by no way any proof that Zalmy was causing a public disorder. I see no problem in any person campaigning for their political party (I do it myself).

"Court Dismissed"

Case judged by Nightbliss

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