LJ v State

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EoP Applications in LJ v State of South Africa are some of the EoP Legal Submission cases, involving EoP scientific and cultural law recommendations to shut down the WiP Ponzi profiteering of resource conflict and misery economy, by ‘turning off the tap’i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limitscauses of resource conflict and war; by implementing an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that requires all the worlds citizens of all races and religions to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; enabling humane and orderly deindustrialization and depopulation return to ecological carrying capacity limits.

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HC-CPD 696-04: LJ v State:

Application for Review / Appeal of conviction and sentence filed subsequent to George Magistrates Court CAS 572-02: State v L Johnstone bombthreat trial.

The Director of Public Prosecutions refused to place the matter on the court roll. LJ notified Patricia de Lille of the Director of Public Prosecutor’s Actions in writing and via telephone. De Lille got angry and refused to read the paperwork. An SMS dispute occurred which included LJ calling De Lille a ‘kaffir’ [liar/deceiver/cover up the truth]. Patricia de Lille filed Crimen Injuria Charges: CAS 1340-07: State v L Johnstone.

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HC-CPD: ??-09: LJ v State:

Braam Swart Attorneys were appointed by the High Court as In Forma Pauperis Attorneys for Lara Johnstone to appeal the conviction and sentence issued by Magistrate Louw in CAS 1340-07: State v L Johnstone; based upon the Crimen Injuria complaint by MP Patricia de Lille.

Braam Swart Attorneys appointed Arno Crous to be Lara Johnstone’s In Forma Pauperis ‘Assistance of Counsel’.

Shortly thereafter Arno Crous notified Lara Johnstone that he declined to accept the appointment.  Lara Johnstone requested Arno Crous to notify the High Court Registrar that Braam Swart declined to accept the In Forma Pauperis appointment, so that the High Court could appoint Lara with an alternative In Forma Pauperis Assistance of Counsel legal representative. Lara is unaware whether Arno Crous notified the High Court Registrar that Braam Swart declined to accept the In Forma Pauperis appointment, so that the High Court could appoint Lara with an alternative In Forma Pauperis Assistance of Counsel legal representative.

Interpretation: Arno Crous declined to accept the In Forma Pauperis appointment; because he (a) did not agree that there was any political or military necessity legal justification for using the word kaffir in an SMS to Patricia de Lille; and/or (b) did not agree with Lara’s EoP definition of a kaffir: The word kāfir is the active participle of the Semitic root K-F-R “to cover”. As a pre-Islamic term it described farmers burying seeds in the ground, covering them with soil while planting. Thus, the word kāfir implies the meaning “a person who hides or covers”. In Lara’s usage – which she has used to describe individuals of all races, such as for example: Afrikaans European Magistrate ADS Meyer – it is used to describe someone who is a liar; who covers up or withholds the truth.; and/or (c) did not believe that Lara’s ‘kaffir’ statement was a sincerely held concept or her accurate definition and meaning for the term; (d) did not believe that Lara’s primary intention was not to insult Mrs de Lille but be honest with her with the intention of getting her attention and finding out whether she was willing to listen and participate in cooperative problem solving; if not voluntarily; as part of legal proceedings; and/or (e) did not believe Africans were entitled to be educated as to the difference between relating to an honest and sincere white person with a cultural focus on tough love root cause problem solving honesty to all irrespective of race or religion vs an insincere white person with a conscious or unconscious cultural focus on manipulating non-europeans with fake sycophancy for the benefit of their fragile ego cheap labour; and/or (f) some other possible reason.

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Correspondence:

EoP Leg Sub State v L Johnstone correspondence.

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