It does not appear the the evil doers in this world seem to understand that Judgement Day  arrived on October 29, 2010.  Those that committed and continue to commit evil onto this world must now pay a price.

This story, this Umbrellawalk, is just beginning and as I begin to tell the story I hope we will learn and believe that a great challenge is being put forth to man ---  as man contemplates and dreams of traveling into the universe, can man rid itself of the great evils in our homeland --  before we begin to explore the universe?? 



The story begins:

On OCTOBER 31, 2010 I sent an invoice to the Attorney General of British Columbia, Canada, requesting that it be paid immediately.  The invoice is for the payment of damages that I incurred from May 27, 2010 to October 15, 2010.  I had informed the office and others on March 23, 2010 that I was not to be detained or arrested as I am a Freeman with no criminal record in their "commercial courts".  I repeated and warned that I was a Freeman and that I was not be detained or imprisoned as I have done no harm.

A letter was sent to many officials on March 23, 2010 declaring that I was a Freeman.  This letter was also added to this website, and is still currently displayed on this website under the heading  HARJGILL TRAVEL NOTICE - FREEMAN.   

However, on May 27, 2010 I was taken to Surrey Corrections Facility in Surrey, B.C., Canada.  I was detained imprisoned, beaten and denied basic liberties until I was released on October 15, 2010.  No allegations were certified as charges and I advised and showed them that all allegations were false and fictitious and were only created to harm or intimidate me.

Unable to find a proper way to charge me with fictitious allegations finally I was released under ridiculous conditions, which I have chosen to ignore as the facility lacks jurrisdiction and its actions are improper. In addition as a Freeman they have no right to act against me or my person without my agreement due to the commercial nature of the judiciary in B.C..

On October 31, 2010 I invoiced the Attorney General of British Columbia,  asking for the immediate payment of:




No. 399125

Dated October 31, 2010

TO: Honourable Michael De Jong        FROM: DBA - HARJIT GILL

Ministry of Attorney General Suite 

P.O. Box 9044 


VICTORIA, B.C,                           

V8W 9J7


VIA EMAIL TO: Kim King, Correspondence Corrdinator Eric H. Holder, Attorney General of the United States

RE: Declared Freeman Harjit Gill

This is an official invoice (Attachment A) demanding immediate payment for damaged incurred to the man, freeman, Harjit Gill. Freeman Harjit Gill is doing business as HARJIT GILL and therefore the invoice is from the person HARJIT GILL requesting immediate payment of the invoice attached. Original notice and warning was provided on March 23, 2010 via email with letter attached here.

Total amount as of October 31, 2010 due immediately is:


That is exactly ( sixty two billion eight hundred and two million, two hundred and ninety nine thousand and seven hundred and ninety two dollars and twenty – two cents.)

PLEASE NOTE THE INTEREST ACCUMULATES AT 123 percent per year compounding hourly

Signed : Harjit Gill for person HARJIT GILL    


I will now wait for their replies if any, and then take further actions.  

With time I will release all the details of the evil that I have witnessed



Billy Joel, "  INNOCENT MAN"

"the accused is an innocent man...  I am an innocent man"


 Prisoner injured after accusing Bacon brothers of hoarding pumpkin pie

Bacon brothers' associate Albert Jackman of the Red Scorpion gang (right) is facing one count of assault in the incident.

Bacon brothers' associate Albert Jackman of the Red Scorpion gang (right) is facing one count of assault in the incident.

Photograph by: file, Vancouver Sun

A Surrey pretrial prisoner who accused the Bacon brothers of hoarding Thanksgiving pumpkin pie received minor injuries in a beating Monday evening.

A Bacon associate of the Red Scorpion gang is facing one count of assault in the incident.

Albert Jackman, who is in jail awaiting trial for murder and aggravated assault, appeared in Surrey Provincial Court Wednesday on the new charge.

He is being held in the same unit as Jamie Bacon, who is awaiting trial in the Surrey Six case, and Jarrod Bacon, who is facing a conspiracy to import cocaine charge.

Surrey RCMP Const. Peter Neily confirmed Thursday that police were called to the pretrial jail about 7:30 p.m. Monday to investigate an assault.

“It had to do with a dispute over some issues between inmates there that resulted in an argument,” Neily said. “The accused then went back and it resulted in an assault against another prisoner.”

Neily said the RCMP gathered enough evidence at the scene to recommend that Crown lay an assault charge.

He wouldn’t comment on what the evidence is, but the area where the dispute occurred has video surveillance, The Sun has confirmed.

Neily said the victim, identified on the indictment as Harjit Singh Gill, suffered “minor injuries.”

It was the second time in a month that Surrey pretrial staff had to call the RCMP in for assistance after an alleged fight involving gang members.

The Bacons and Jackman allegedly brawled with members of the United Nations gang, including de facto leader Barzan Tilli-Choli and his associate Karwan Saed, in a meeting room near the jail gymnasium Sept. 10.  Eight UN gangsters and associates are in jail awaiting trial for allegedly plotting to kill the Bacons and their Red Scorpion associates.

The September incident was also captured on video, but no charges were laid.

Neily said at the time that those involved in the fight told police it was “consensual.”

New Democratic Party public safety critic Mike Farnworth said Thursday that tensions are high in B.C. jails because of overcrowding and a prisoner population with an increasing number of gang members.

“There is overcrowding in all facilities and that has been a problem for quite some time and we will see more incidents of violence within our facilities,” Farnworth said.

“We need to make sure that we have the staffing levels that we require. We need to recognize that these are very tense situations and that has got to be addressed.”

He said BC Corrections should be releasing information about such incidents.

“They are being ignored and swept under the carpet,” Farnworth said.

“We are dealing with very violent gang members and when they engage in this conduct, they should be charged.”

BC Corrections spokeswoman Marnie Mayhew refused to confirm Thursday that a second fight in a month took place inside the pretrial centre.

“For privacy reasons, I cannot comment on specific incidents or allegations within our correctional centres. Anytime a complaint or allegation is made, it is fully investigated,” she said.

“I cannot speak about matters that are pending before the courts. I also cannot speak to specific security measures we have in place within our correctional centres.”



"We did not start the fire, it was always burning since the world's been turning"

As this story develops we will see why 





forgiveness is warranted and rectification occurs

Meanwhile listen to

 Beatallica - "The Thing That Should Not Let It Be"



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 Emotional Wellbeing & The Art ofForgiveness


by ~incbed






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