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(AustraliaMatters) Meet Mr Wayne Glew, (left) a former police officer of 17 years and resident of Western Australia. He’s had some fair dinkum head to head ding dongs in the Perth Supreme court. Hidden video shot in the court room can be seen here. In the video shown above Mr Glew gives his take on the health of the Australian Constitution and our public servants that are supposed to abide by it.

I pick this story up from the point where Mr Glew supposedly had /has an invention that helps with a vehicles fuel economy. He’s been taken to court a few times by an investor (wheat farmer) that supposedly isn’t happy.

After looking at the patents and being a bit of an ‘alternative energy’ researcher that likes GEET, I personally believe Mr Glew’s invention is worth squat — What I find valuable is Mr Glew’s knowledge of Australian Constitutional law and the way he handles himself in court using it.

Trouble is, if Glew’s invention is a crook and he’s able to stall court proceedings using Constitutional loop holes regarding jurisdiction, then I feel for the investor that’s not getting a fair day in court. “$2m in damages’ is nothing to sneeze at.

-Rod Freeman

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