” Peters: “Yes, two of them.” Dispatcher: “Are they bleeding? ” Peters: “Yes.” Dispatcher: “What’s your name, sir? I can hear one of them talking.” Dispatcher: “OK, what are they saying?” Peters: “Zach Peters.”Dispatcher: “OK, can you see them right now? ” Peters: “I can’t hear them.” Dispatcher: “OK, where were they shot?It’ll be unloaded on my bed, I’ll still be in my bedroom.” Dispatcher: “OK, the gun’s going to be unloaded on his bed.” Peters: “You said he’s on scene? He ran outside.” Dispatcher: “The third one he did not shoot ran outside. The first Deputy is approaching the house, and Peters remembers to (1) alert the officers that there are dogs on the premises, and that the dogs are not a threat, and (2) express concern for the life of the threat guys, who are no longer a threat.” Dispatcher: “Yes, sir, my…my deputy should be on scene.” Peters: “OK.” This kind of thing was repeated as everyone wanted to make sure that Peters was both safe from further threat from the criminals, and that he and the responding deputy were no threat to each other. OK.” It sounds like the Dispatcher is repeating to the responding officers over the trunk, while handling the call with Peters. Peters was mistaken about the third guy, whom we now believe to be the late, unlamented Jake Redfearn — it’s possible a through-and-through of one of the other burglars nailed him. While it was undoubtedly a harrowing day for Zach Peters, there’s really not much fault to find with his response to a home invasion.This oath to the Queen, her heirs, and successors is now administered in citizen ceremonies to immigrants becoming naturalized British subjects.whereas judges swear their allegiance to the Queen, and to her heirs and successors; police officers in England and Wales pledge their allegiance to the Queen, but not her heirs and successors.Before 2001, Northern Ireland police pledged their allegiance to the Queen, but not her heirs and successors, but since 2001, as also with members of the Northern Ireland Assembly, they do not swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen, or her heirs and successors. Members of the Privy Council only swear allegiance to the "Queen's majesty", not to the Queen's heirs and successors.The oath of allegiance has its origins in the Magna Carta, signed on 15 June 1215.
The current standard wording of the oath of allegiance is set out in the Promissory Oaths Act 1868.
Du Four Library of The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law to respond to the bishop’s call for action.
It seeks to identify and describe Catholic resources useful for law teachers, law students and practicing attorneys who are seeking to integrate their faith commitment into a life in the law.
According to historians of creationism's world-wide spread, Australia rivals the United States as source of such ideas.
Probably few Australian taxpayers realise, for example, that they contribute 0 million a year, plus even more for capital works, to schools that insist on their right to teach anti-evolutionary, "Biblical" theories.