- Lose the name win the game Fact or Fiction?
- Contributed by: Sol ( 12 articles in 2018 )
Some people may have heard the catch phrase;
"Lose the name win the game", where currently a search engine result points to 7,690,000 references.
In order to hold one accountable for one's actions the most important element in a court room, is the 'persons' name.
Without that there can be no case.
Many people should also be aware of the saying "knowledge is power" where today a researcher can obtain this with far less legwork than one did a generation ago, prior to the vast resources of the internet.
With that comes the fact that people are becoming more aware that (for example) fines are not being issued honestly by the Australian authorities.
As a result the authorities are responding, where now you do not know the name of your accuser as shown in the example of a fine or "Infringement Notice"
where in this case the Issuing Officer is the number 127.
The fundamental laws in this country give you the right to know the name of your accuser.
A right that has currently been taken away.
How does that saying go again? - "Nothing to hide nothing to fear", right?
Are these the actions of honest authorities?