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Old 03-08-2011, 03:34 PM   #1
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Default "I am a sovereign.....oops...handcuffs.

More $ov'run nonsense:

In a federal sentencing hearing in Charlotte last week, a woman accused of participating in a massive mortgage fraud scam told the court she couldn't be sentenced because she was a sovereign entity representing herself. Alicia Taylor, who prosecutors said helped facilitate fraudulent loans in the Operation Wax House scheme, had filed paperwork declaring her special status. As authorities handcuffed her and led her from the courtroom, she told the judge he lacked jurisdiction to sentence her.

So it would appear that she had filed paperwork declaring her status as a sov, yet it seems to have made no difference.

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