Sick of paying to register your car?

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Hmm rego for my car costs me $950 a year (thats 437 pounds).
I might have to convert to whatever religion this mong is with :D

A woman has spent more than 11 months in a NSW jail because she believes she has a "God-given" right to drive and shouldn't have to register her car.

Fiji-born Losalini Rainima, aged in her 50s, is being held in Sydney's Dillwynia Correctional Centre over a 2004 charge for unregistered driving.

On conviction, Rainima had her licence suspended and was given a five-year good behaviour bond which she then refused to sign.

Rainima was then re-sentenced to nine months in jail with a three-month non-parole period, which made her eligible for release earlier this year.

During an appeal against the unregistered driving conviction on Wednesday, NSW Supreme Court Justice Peter Hidden asked why Rainima did not seek release on parole.

"The parole conditions were similar to the good behaviour bond, which she cannot sign," Bronwyn Hancock told the court on her behalf.

The court heard Rainima had links to a civil rights group calling itself the Unified Peoples' Movement Against Road Tolls (UPMART), whose website states it seeks to protect "inalienable human rights" including through "bible codified common law".

Rainima was not represented by a lawyer on Wednesday but by members of UPMART, who were granted leave to appear on her behalf.

UPMART founder Malcolm McClure told the court Rainima had spent more than 11-and-a-half months in custody so far.

She was "blessed by almighty God", he said, and state laws could not impede her basic right to "go forth" or drive.

"You're saying Mrs Rainima has a right which is God-given, which it is the state's duty to uphold," Justice Hidden said in an effort to summarise the basis of the appeal.

Rainima sat silently throughout court proceedings.

The UPMART-backed appeal against her conviction is based on religious and constitutional grounds.

"The appeal against conviction is one that I can deal with if it is purely on a question of law," Justice Hidden said.

"What you're really saying is Mrs Rainima wasn't given adequate opportunity to pursue the constitutional question before the magistrate.

"It's put against you that the constitutional argument has no substance in law," he said.

Justice Hidden reserved his findings to a date to be fixed.

Rainima's prison term expires next month, and she will be freed from custody.
This is in the Naafi because??

Oh I get it... You've shaggged her havent you? you perv? Is she a mong? would MDN bum her?

No....I dont get it?

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