Fusion Center Warns About Sovereign Citizens Movement

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Fusion Center Warns About Sovereign Citizens Movement

Apparently, law enforcement and the government spy agencies are worried about citizens finding out the truth about citizenship. A 24 page document has been issued that makes people who claim to follow only God’s laws and the amendments found in the original Bill of Rights appear to be criminals. They also make it appear that sovereign citizens believe they are exempt from all other responsibilities associated with being a U.S. citizen, such as paying taxes, possessing a driver’s license, registering vehicles, or holding a Social Security card.

This is just another document in the growing stack of proof that shows government officials are viewing pro constitutionalists as enemies of the state. In doing so, they are proving how they are anti-constitution.

The document can be found at http://info.publicintelligence.net/ROCIC-SovereignCitizen.pdf

antikakistocrat's picture
Apr. 18, 2012 3:41 pm


OOoooooh! I'm scared!

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Dr. Econ
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

Damned internet trolls. Where's that pest control guy?

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Apr. 9, 2010 11:43 pm

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