Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia
RE : LEO BENJAMIN PETER HWUNEEM : BC DUNCAN REGISTRY CASE 35445 : OCTOBER 24th, 2013 : NEXT TRIAL DATE : CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE QUESTION : a Nation-versus-Nation Matter : LAND TITLE paramountcy
Thank You for reviewing and responding to the following matters of jurisdictional challenge : i.e., Kwa'mutsun Nation versus Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia in this Case 35445 at BC Duncan Court Registry; court date : October 24th, 2013; 2nd day of hearing : MVA issue : Valid Licence : absence, thereof.
Mister Benjamin Leo Peter Hwuneem , the Respondent in this case, as above, has directed this writer to submit to your attention and response the points of the attachments (A : Submission To United Nations on matter of right to legal counsel of choice;) and, (B- Absence of Treaty marking commencement of jurisdiction of Crown Elizabeth II Canada / British Columbia).
Mister Peter Hwuneem is informed by the Kwa'mutsun Head of State that he is provided protection against prosecution by Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia in this matter of Case 35445, as above.
The jurisdictional challenge was raised in the original case 33444. Canada responded. Mister Peter objected. An appeal to this original land title case / MVA:CCC has been submitted to the United Nations Security Council on Aug 23rd, 2013; namely, the Law Society of BC versus Goodwin, et al is appealed to the UN in a general claim of challenge to the Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia contention of legitimacy of state nation status per UN Charter provisions.
The Hul'qumi'num Treaty Group's 2009 land claim at the IACHR has established that a claim on human rights / land title may advance to an international body without "exhausting internal remedies". see Lawyers Rights Watch and Amnesty International
The presiding judge at trial 35445 has inquired if the constitutional challenge question was served upon Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia.
Mister Peter Hwuneem will appear on October 24th, 2013 at the Duncan Court Room 2 to allege that the case should not proceed until such time as :
(1) he is provided with state Canada funding of his chosen legal counsel / note Legal Scholars opinions in Canada; and, that
(2) the trial should not proceed in absence of treaty : which is not in evidence. The Rooke, JD. Meads v. Meads ruling is considered not relevant or with legal merit.
(3) the case 33444 is included in the case references of the Aug 18th, 2013 application to the UNSC
(4) he (Mister Peter) possesses a driver's licence issued to him by the state nation of jurisdiction; namely, Kwa'mutsun Nation)
In Summary: Mister Peter's Hwuneem submits:
- Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia are engaged in unresolved Treaty Negotiations in the subject Kaw'mutsun Nation territory; and,
- hence, cannot provide any valid (according to UN Charter standards) justification to the claimed incorporated governing bodies that claim a right to regulate Mister Peter Hwuneem (the traditional family name established 10,000 years ago); further,
- at Case 33444 it was established by Crown evidence that the original charge that provided RCMP jurisdiction to arrest Mister Peter Hwuneem lacked substantive right as no in-service agreement existed with RCMP to patrol the Quw'utsun reserve.
- And, in consequence no grounds exist in the case of 33444
Elizabeth II / Canada / British Columbia are invited to instruct the court to adjourn and for the judge to recuse in absence of jurisdiction in this land title matter.
RC Goodwin, business manager assembling case files for presentation to legal counsel on behalf of 33444 case Respondent Benjamin Leo Peter Hwuneem