Here’s what happens when you believe in Pretend-Law

Earlier this week we noted that Neelu had elected to take a rather unorthodox approach to paying her son’s speeding ticket…i.e., she scribbled over the final notice in bright pink felt-tipped pen, and ignored it.

An unconventional approach to speeding tickets. Do not try this at home.

An unconventional approach to speeding tickets. Do not try this at home.

…Which led to this, only a few days later:

Neelu-car-repossession

If you can get the video it’s worth a watch, if only for the immortal words, “You’re personally liable for the attempted murder on my life today, threatening to lift my car up with me in it…find it funny, do you?” followed by, “You’re now liable for £5 million.”

I’m not sure why the Marston people seemed to find this amusing, but Neelu is right: they were definitely laughing. Through their tears, one assumes.

13 thoughts on “Here’s what happens when you believe in Pretend-Law

  1. I notice Neelu quickly resorted to real law instead of pretend law when the chips were down, ie paid the fine by credit card, in order to stop the car being taken, as can be seen in the video. What does Neely live on, btw, nice BMW. I know it’s her son’s, but still, how do these so called activists fund their activities?

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  2. Poor Neelu, she goes into bat for everyone including hER errant son and all that happens is she is surrounded by attempted murderers.

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  3. No one seems to be interested in getting Neelu the help she obviously needs. Perhaps they enjoy using her as their attack dog and basically get her to do all the jobs they won’t do themselves as they know this Freeman stuff is a load of old bull

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  4. This episode seems to have spured Neelu on to posting the Freeman claptrap about not needing a licence to travel on the roads etc etc. Honestly this common law stuff is so full of holes so big a ten year old could drive a truck through. Which is what they say should happen !

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