Thursday, 6 September 2007

No driver's licence needed for religious missions

"She's never had a driver's license and doesn't need one, West said as she represented herself Friday in Douglas County District Court.
"I was not operating a vehicle; I was exercising my right to travel," West, 21, told Judge Robert Fairchild. "I was in a private vessel on a religious mission."


According to Godsent and information he presented to reporters outside court, the couple belong to a group that claims the U.S. is not a country but a foreign corporation that has invaded America. They are concerned about implanted identification chips and say sovereign Americans are being forced to choose between God's law and man's law.", September 1, 2007

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