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Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

The Montana Freeman's philosophy, while rooted in antigovernment and 'common law' ideology, is also racist.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

New York City is caught unawares by common-law ideology when almost 100 city employees were arrested for tax evasion.

James Timothy Turner is an antigovernment “sovereign citizen” and the former president of the Republic for the united States of America (RuSA), once the largest sovereign group in America. Like many sovereigns, Turner spent years peddling theories on “mortgage relief,” which in fact were simply...
Intelligence Report

The first chapter in the strange story of the Washitaw 'empress' took place in a tiny northern Louisiana town.

Intelligence Report
2009
Spring Issue

So-called "sovereign citizens" are notorious for engaging in a variety of schemes involving money, false identification documents and the courts — scams that land them in criminal trouble with remarkable regularity.

Intelligence Report
2009
Spring Issue

David Kanz, imprisoned for 'paper terrorism,' describes how he got into — and out of — the 'sovereign citizens' movement.

Although their website claims not to be affiliated with the sovereign citizen movement, the NLA, and in its former incarnation as the New York Liberty Alliance (NYLA), has propagated antigovernment conspiracy theories and other radical beliefs commonly found among sovereign citizens, such as Agenda...
Members of the Moorish sovereigns, called Moors, have come into conflict with federal and state authorities over their refusal to obey laws and government regulations. Recently, Moorish sovereign citizens have engaged in violent confrontations with law enforcement. They have also been known to...

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