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I, Edith Weckmann, of: c/o Gardentown Post Office, Toowoomba, Qld. 4350 do solemnly, sincerely and truly affirm and declare that: I am competent to state to the matters set forth herein. I have personal knowledge of the facts stated herein. All the facts stated herein are true, correct, and certain, admissible as evidence, and if called upon as a witness, I will testify to their veracity. The Affiant is a flesh-and-blood, living and breathing sentient woman. The Affiant is Sui Juris. The Affiant is not a Commonwealth of Australia citizen, subject, corporation, vessel or person or any ens legis artificial entity, procedural phantom, legal fiction or juristic personality within the Commonwealth of Australia. Affiant is foreign to and without the Commonwealth of Australia. Any party that would order, represent or persuade the Affiant to falsely present the Affiant as a Commonwealth of Australia citizen, subject, corporation, vessel or person or any other kind of legal fiction directly or by deception, device, misnomer, mistaken identity, warrant or indictment, real or imagined, is engaging in Enticement to Slavery. Any party that alleges a liability against the Affiant is obligated to produce an Affidavit of Liability to demonstrate such liability. The Affiant is not liable to or for any Government statutes, rules and/or codes, including, without limitation, Commonwealth of Australia Codes and statutes and/or codes of any of Respondents’ political subdivisions. A legal fiction corporation cannot secure in personam jurisdiction over or against Affiant, a living man or woman, without Affiant’s voluntary election to submit. The Affiant’s use of a notary public, Commonwealth of Australia Promissory Notes, and/or any other public facilities, when alternatives are generally unavailable, does not comprise Affiant’s submission to any political jurisdiction, the creation of an adhesion contract expressly or tacitly with the Commonwealth of Australia and/or any other party real or imagined, or an appearance before any body or tribunal, administrative or judicial, real or imagined. All words herein are as Affiant defines them. Any and all of the various papers, documents, adhesion contracts, or agreements Affiant may have signed with any government agency or entity or any others that might be construed to indicate a conclusion contrary to above assertions were made and/or signed by me on the basis of mistake due to lack of full disclosure thus creating a deliberate lack of full knowledge, a deliberate action of fraud, deliberate nondisclosure, deliberate concealment of material fact, and deliberate misrepresentation. All documents thus created are null and void ab initio. I, Edith Weckmann, am the sole and absolute owner of myself, my body, and my estate, and possess unconditional, allodial, sovereign title thereto, and that I abjure, renounce, forsake, and disavow utterly and absolutely now and forever all presumptions of power, authority, or right by any governmental agency, its Principals, over the rights, life, liberty, freedom or property of this Affiant from whatever source presumed or derived. - page 1 of 3 -

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On Tuesday the 15th day of February 2011, while travelling along Brisbane Road, Drayton, Qld 4350, AFFIANT was arrested and hand-cuffed by Senior Constable Robert Edwards. He did not show probable cause, to wit: He had not observed me breach the peace He had no reasonable grounds to suspect that I had breached the peace He had no reasonable grounds to suspect that I was about to breach the peace Senior Constable Robert Edwards did NOT act as a Peace Officer. Without probable cause his arrest was null and void. His action constitutes UNLAWFUL ARREST.

Senior Constable Robert Edwards acted as an enforcer of the policies of the commercial corporation known as the Queensland Police Service (ABN 29 409 225 509) with which I have NO lawful binding and enforceable contract. He touched me without my consent and used excessive physical force to drag me out of the vehicle, occasioning a) considerable pain to arms, shoulders and legs b) considerable emotional distress Note: By holding on to the car door I was NOT physically resisting the unlawful arrest but attempting to steady myself. Had I not done so the force applied to drag me out would have caused me to stumble and fall. His action constitutes ASSAULT OCCASIONING BODILY HARM. Section 339 (1) of the Queensland Criminal Code states: Any person who unlawfully assaults another and thereby does him bodily harm is guilty of an offence. (A) The Maximum penalty for the offence of Assault Occasioning Bodily Harm is 7 years imprisonment. (B) If the accused does bodily harm and is or pretends to be armed with any dangerous or offensive weapon or instrument or is in the company with 1 or more other person or persons the maximum penalty is 10 years imprisonment.

In order to remove me from the vehicle he TRESPASSED upon the interior of the vehicle. HE THEREBY KNOWINGLY, INTENTIONALLY AND VOLUNTARILY ENTERED INTO A LAWFUL, BINDING AND ENFORCEABLE CONTRACT WITH THIS AFFIANT AS PER STICKER ATTACHED TO THE PASSENGER SIDE OF THE WIND SCREEN OF WHICH HE WAS AWARE Senior Constable Edwards WAS in the company of at least four other persons who were ARMED. These persons, being police officers, failed in their duty to stop CRIMES they were observing, to wit: UNLAWFUL ARREST and ASSAULT and who, by this dereliction of duty, became accomplices in above-mentioned crimes.

With these actions, i.e. UNLAWFUL ARREST and ASSAULT OCCASIONING BODILY HARM Senior Constable Edwards stepped outside his jurisdiction and immunity, thereby becoming personally liable. I was transported to the Toowoomba watchhouse and detained UNLAWFULLY for approx. 4 hours and subjected to a variety of intimidation practices with probable intent to coerce my husband, Bernard Jason Weckmann, into complying with the UNLAWFUL ACTIONS of the Queensland Police. This unlawful detention constitutes KIDNAPPING - page 2 of 3 -

Edith Weckmann

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Section 354 (2) of the Queensland Criminal Code states: A person kidnaps another person unlawfully and forcibly takes or detains the other person with intent to gain anything from any person or to procure anything to be done or omitted to be done by any person.

On Wednesday the 16th day of February 2011 an AFFIDAVIT was served by Edith Weckmann, upon Senior Constable Edwards by registered mail, with delivery confirmation. On Monday the 21st day of February a copy of this AFFIDAVIT was filed with the Toowoomba Magistrates Court

Demands were made upon Senior Constable Edwards for the sum of $20,000.00 (TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS), being damages for: a) the emotional distress AND b) physical pain suffered as a result of his CRIMINAL ACTIONS I believe the sum of $20,000.00 (TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS) to be just and reasonable

He was granted 7 (SEVEN) days of commercial grace to respond to my AFFIDAVIT with an AFFIDAVIT of his own, supplying a point-for-point rebuttal. I believe the 7-day period of grace to be reasonable and sufficient He was warned that failure to respond within the time frame given and in the manner required would lead to a commercial lien being placed Having failed to respond to the Complainant Affiant, the Respondent is in CONTRACTUAL DEFAULT. The Respondent has admitted to and acquiesced to the crimes which the Complainant Affiant complained about. His continuing on with the wrongful actions against this Complainant, the accused Respondent is acting in knowledgable and willful criminal assaults against the Complainant and in knowledgable and willful breach of the contract that he entered into knowingly, intentionally and voluntarily CONTACT DETAILS Edith Weckmann c/o Gardentown Post Office Toowoomba, Qld 4350 EMAIL:

Signed and solemnly, sincerely and truly affirmed and declared by the said deponent at Toowoomba, Queensland this 24th day of February 2011

______________________________ Signature of Deponent


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Edith Weckmann c/o Gardentown Post Office Toowoomba, Qld 4350



Damages $ 20,000.00

Authority Of Damages Section 339 (1) Qld Criminal Code Private Contract entered into on 15.02.2011


$ 50,000,000.00 $ 50,020,000.00

This Commercial Lien is intended to notify that the wages/salaries of the Lien Debtor, Senior Constable Robert Edwards, Drayton Police Station, 35 Brisbane St, Drayton, 4350, can be garnished and all monies and all real and movable property of the Lien Debtor can be seized from the cited Lien Debtor and those yet to be named as Lien Debtors until such time as the lien is satisfied. This Commercial Lien is furthermore intended to notify that an intitial CASH PAYMENT of $ 20,000.00 is a non-negotiable requirement. Further payments may be negotiated. This Commercial Lien is not a Lis Pendens Lien, therefore it may not be removed or dissolved by any other parties except the Lien Claimants or a Common Law Jury properly convened and used to settle the Claimant's cause. Additionally, those Lien Debtors, which may be added from time to time, for whatever relevant and just Commercial Agreements, would also be relevant to the aforementioned. This Commercial Lien is filed and can be found in the Toowoomba Magistrates Court. Copies of it may be requested by interested parties by email: or by contacting: Edith Weckmann, c/o Gardentown Post Office, Toowoomba, Qld 4350

The undersigned Complainant Affiant, Edith Weckmann, declares under penalties of bearing false witness, that the complaint as stated herein is true, correct and certain. Exhibit: COMMERCIAL AFFIDAVIT Toowoomba this 24th day of February 2011

_____________________________ Edith Weckmann