Put another way, the prosecution convinced the jury he was guilty of 19.
Turns out the sham chief is probably still at it.
She’d have destroyed them on cross-examination anyway.
A bizarre and stupid mystery.
With bad legal arguments, and bongos.
The sovereign-citizen nonsense is not limited to North America.
She will face a number of obstacles in this particular quest for justice.
There are many great lines Justice Fergus O’Donnell’s opinion in R. v. Duncan (2013), which was an otherwise unremarkable case except that the defendant tried to run one of those “sovereign citizen” defenses up the flagpole. That didn’t go so well:…
First, credit where credit is due. I got this on Twitter from @xarph, who says he has a Google news alert set up for “sovereign citizen” and reports that the results are “always amazing.” Credit also goes to Raw Story…