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Still not convinced the US legal system works for the bankers? Check this out...

 
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07/27/2013 11:43 PM
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Still not convinced the US legal system works for the bankers? Check this out...
Judges make their rulings from a "bench", issue bench warrants when needed and so on. Guess what the meaning of bench is in Latin... its bancus. English translation is bank.

Judges hand down their rulings from a bank, and as such, occasionally issue "bank warrants" when a person fails to appear in court.

[link to legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

BENCH. Latin Bancus, used for tribunal. In England there are two courts to which this word is applied. Bancus Regius, King's Bench Bancus Communis, Com-mon Bench or Pleas. The jus banci, says Spelman, properly belongs to the king's judges, who administer justice in the last resort. The judges of the inferior courts, as of the barons, are deemed to, judge plano pede, and are such as are called in the civil law pedanei judices, or by the Greeks Xauaidixastai, that is, humi judicantes. The Greeks called the seats of their higher judges Bumata, and of their inferior judges Bathra. The Romans used the word sellae and tribunalia, to designate the seats of their higher judges, and subsellia, to designate those of the lower. See Spelman's Gloss. (ad verb.) Bancus; also, 1 Reeves Hist. Eng. Law, 40, 4to ed., and postea Curia Regis.
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Re: Still not convinced the US legal system works for the bankers? Check this out...
that's nothing, after a court-house closes down it turns into a night club. You should see the parties they throw in those things. That's the real reason the bar is called so in the courtroom. You ever see those old spy movies where the long bookcases rotate and the whole thing turns into a fully operating bar with shitloads of liquor, well, that's what happens when the courthouse goes night club.
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Re: Still not convinced the US legal system works for the bankers? Check this out...
that's nothing, after a court-house closes down it turns into a night club. You should see the parties they throw in those things. That's the real reason the bar is called so in the courtroom. You ever see those old spy movies where the long bookcases rotate and the whole thing turns into a fully operating bar with shitloads of liquor, well, that's what happens when the courthouse goes night club.
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