More from the article...
...Wheezing as though too many deep-fried Mars bars had been consumed before the band of 20-odd dissidents climbed Castle Rock*, the leader filming the altercation with staff repeatedly spouted phrases like "we the people" and "sovereign" as though she didn't really know what any of it meant.[emphasis mine]
"Hi!" she yelled as police inevitably turned up. "We are free, we are sovereign, this building belongs to the people of the land!"
"Aye, OK," a rather more composed officer responded.
"Today history is gonna be made!" she continued. "We are restoring the rule of law! It's gonna happen today in Scotland!"
She rambled on that "every police station" in Scotland had been put "on notice" that this was going to happen, and that "Edinburgh Castle now belongs to we the people."
"We've had enough of these fake acts of statures [sic], which are made up by a fake corruption who are -----------, who are run by -----------, who have been cheating the people of the UK... Genocide has been committed, high treason has been committed, we have the proof, we have the evidence, and today we are gonna be restoring the rule of law."
The unperturbed officer responded: "Aye, OK. No worries at all," before trying to figure out what the group expected to achieve.
She tells the cop: "We're gonna be using Article 61 of Magna Carta, which is actually the only law in effect," as the basis for their authority to seize Edinburgh Castle.
Though the screed is obviously riddled with the same sorts of assumptions and factual errors more commonly seen among conspiracy theorists over the pond, the biggest mistake is that the protesters had no authority whatsoever to claim the stronghold....
Interesting that our friends in England seem to use the US-based conspiracy theorists as some manner of touchstone for ignorance.