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 Posted: Tue Jul 30th, 2019 03:34 am
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Joe Kelley

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"A default judgment is a ruling granted by a court or judge. Default judgments arise in circumstances whereby one party to a suit has failed to perform a court-ordered action, and subsequently that failure has not only prevented the issue from being presented before the court but also results in the court settling the legal dispute in favor of the compliant party. For example, when a defendant is summoned to appear before the court in a case brought by a plaintiff, but fails to respond to the court's legal order, the judge can rule for default judgment and thereby decide the case in the plaintiff's favor. The defendant, though not present before the court, is obligated to abide by the court's ruling for default judgment and subject to any and all punishment requested by the court."

If the rule in force (by the people themselves, or conversely by "the government") is trial by the country in all suits above 20 Units of Purchasing Power (not counterfeit "dollars"), then who is to say someone is in "default?"

If an elitist (criminal) group needed "default judgment" would then then also need a Kangaroo System of Plunder such as so-called "Equity?"

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