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venfayon 12-07-2015 06:03 PM

Maritime Law and Spiritual Link
 
This could be posted in Freeman-On-The-Land, but this reads as if it has a hidden spiritual context. The word vessel could refer to the human body and vessel owner refers to spirit operating body. Seaworthiness could refer to spirits ability to traveling to and from vessels. Fallen can refer to fallen angel or visiting spirit. Doorway can mean gateway to this realm. Crew members could refer to gov't agen ts or corporate employee spirits entering vessel to observe another spirit in a vessel to report back to the system. Passageways could refer to stargates or gateways.

So the following case could appear as the spirit could not control the vessel properly meaning the vessel or body have be mentally handicapped according to the advanced aliens/spirits making judgement. In our reality, it appears some guy got hurt from unsafe working conditions. Does anyone have any insight on the hidden meaning other than what they mean for us to perceive it as?

Jackson v. OMI Co.
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
April 4, 2001

Jones Act/Seaworthiness: the district court's findings that the vessel owner was negligent and that the vessel was unseaworthy were clearly erroneous since there was no evidence to support such findings where the plaintiff seaman had stumbled over a hatch coaming and fallen simply because he did not pick his feet up high enough; the district court's finding that the vessel was unseaworthy for lack of a handhold at the doorway was clearly erroneous since the evidence showed that the design of the doorway in question was dictated by federal regulations, there was no evidence indicating where such a handrail might be placed or that the installation of a handrail would reduce accident rates and the record was uncontroverted that crew members passing through the doorway can use the usual structural members ordinarily found on vessel passageways as steadying points.

IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT
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99-30030
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Warren Roy Jackson,
Plaintiff-Appellant, VERSUS NORTH BANK TOWING CORPORATION; ET AL,

Defendants,
North Bank Towing Corporation and J. Ray Mcdermott, Inc.,

Defendants-Appellees.
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Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
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June 2, 2000

bikerdruid 12-07-2015 06:04 PM

wow. this shit, again?

alf hearted 12-07-2015 06:08 PM

The things some people will try to avoid paying a parking ticket.

bikerdruid 12-07-2015 06:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alf hearted (Post 1062537149)
The things some people will try to avoid paying a parking ticket.

:D


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