Legal insurrection is a loosely defined form of insurrection that involves a group of people who seek to overthrow the state and take power in the form of armed rebellion.
It is the most serious and dangerous type of rebellion and it has been used to overthrow governments and the government of India in several countries including Afghanistan, Sudan, Iraq, and Yemen.
Legal insurrection is currently on the rise and is a major threat to governments and governments across the world.
The Australian Federal Court has dismissed a bid by a group calling themselves the Federal Coalition to have their application for a judicial review of the legality of their actions heard in the Federal Circuit Court.
In a ruling issued on Friday, Justice Susan Jourdain ruled the Federal Court did not have jurisdiction over the case because it did not consider the matter to be a matter of legal insurrection.
Ms Jourdit was the judge who granted the injunction against the Federal Government.
In a written statement, the Federal Opposition said the Federal Courts would continue to seek the injunction before the full Federal Court and Justice Jourdons decision on their appeal.
“The Federal Government’s unlawful action against protesters in Melbourne is another indication of the government’s disregard for the rule of law and a further attack on Australian democracy,” the statement said.
“Australia is now facing a constitutional crisis, which will only deepen the pain of those in power who have ignored the rule to destroy democracy.”
The Federal Opposition also called on the Federal Minister for Justice to immediately release the police officer who arrested Mr Brown on Thursday and said the case should be dismissed without delay.
“This action has been nothing less than an affront to the rule and the Constitution of Australia,” the Opposition statement said in a statement.
“Mr Brown’s detention was a disgraceful, cowardly and cowardly display of police power, which should never have been carried out in the first place.”
Mr Brown is being held on a $10,000 bond and was not in court.