|"He can't save you!" LOL|
But with that said you can see the similarities in the way that both parties are fed up and do not believe that they have to respect the court "authorities". Its like they are all saying the same thing to the judge and lawyers, "I never gave you authority over me."
The Lil Wayne deposition video has quickly gone viral. This has to be the most interesting clip to hit the internet since the Moors in Court a couple years back.
Maybe Lil Wayne has been watching the Moors in Court videos on YouTube? Who knows, lol. In the Lil Wayne deposition video he asked for the lawyers name instead of answering his question. In the Moors in Court clip below he wanted the names and nationality of everyone who worked in the courtroom.
Here are some of the facts. The videos are below.
Lil Wayne Deposition Video
Earlier this month, news broke that Lil Wayne was filing a lawsuit against the producers of the seminal rap documentary about Wayne, The Carter. In it, Wayne alleges that the makers of the documentary weren't authorized to use his music—in a documentary about Lil Wayne, made with Wayne's knowlege—and that they owe him money.
Lil Wayne knew about the film and had participated in its making before changing his mind, calling it a “scandalous portrayal” of his life, XXL reported.
The lawyer was asking Lil Wayne some stupid questions (watch the vid). Lil Wayne, clearly annoyed said that he didn't have to do anything he didn't want to. Then he cut the lawyer off and told him, "You know he can't save you, that guy right there (pointing to the judge). In the real world right? He can't save you."
Moors in Court
The Moors in Court videos are very impressive to witness because the brothers in the videos stood their ground on their beliefs and represented themselves in court. In one of the videos you can clearly see the difference between how the judge treats the Moorish nationals versus the other defendants.
The Moors in the courtroom are the only people who do not refer to the judge as "your honor" and who speak with authority and confidence. Its obvious in the videos that the judge is watching what she says and at least making attempts to show respect to the Moors. When she talks to the defendant who came in before the them she showed him no respect at all because she did not have to.
Most people don't know this but having an attorney represent you is basically admitting that you are not competent enough to handle yourself in the courtroom.
These brothers really know there law. At one point in one of the Moors in Court videos the Moorish brother says to the courtroom "All of you just fired yourselves."
They stood their ground no matter what. The whole matter was like serious game of chess for the Moors in court. At every move the judge is trying to get them to submit to the court and give them jurisdiction over them. Some of their tactics were subtle but they never gave in.
Very empowering to know what you can accomplish if you put in the work to exercise your power. Especially when taking into consideration how dis-empowering it was to witness how the judge handled the defendant who was facing jail time. He was super polite to the judge and basically begging for his freedom while she dealt with him like a child.
They ultimately show and prove that the court has no jurisdiction over them. It took a lot of balls to do that!
Check out there website: Murakush Society
Check out the video footage