How Handle the Police When Accosted for Not Wearing a Mask
By Gold Coast Review
Learn how to;
1. Reclaim your freedom
2. How to take charge of the conversation with Police
3. Australian Law that protects your rights to not wear a mask
The Biosecurity Act 2015 s 60 states that a Human Biosecurity Control Order must be issued to a specific individual, and only under the conditions that the individual displays symptoms, or has been in contact with another who displays symptoms.
The Biosecurity Act 2015 s 87, only a person named in a Human Biosecurity Control Order can be restricted to their place of residence.
The Biosecurity Act 2015 s 88, only a person named in a Human Biosecurity Control Order can be forced to wear medical clothing or equipment (mask).
The Australian Constitution states Australian Constitution Chapter V109. – Inconsistency of Laws When a law of a State is inconsistent with a law of the Commonwealth, the latter shall prevail, and the former shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be invalid.
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