‘Sovereign Citizen’ Files Hilarious Court Motion

I hate sovereign citizens, but I love hilarious court filings and this one is great. A wackadoodle from Georgia has filed some frivolous lawsuit about not paying taxes and the judge dismissed it, leading said wackadoodle to file a Motion to Fuck This Court and Everything It Stands For. Well done.

Fuck This Court by Sarah Jeong

""Dennis Moore, Dennis MooreRiding cross the swardDennis Moore, Dennis MooreAnd his horse Concord.Steals from the ..."

Moore’s Nutty Lawyer
"Hey Mark - does that mean a hurricane's gonna hit Western Sydney now they voted ..."

Taylor: The Illuminati Sent the Hurricanes ..."
"Next week's headline:Hannity backs down on back down from back down from back down from ..."

Surprise! Hannity Backed Off His Backing ..."
"The irony is her and people like her put children and everyone else in danger ..."

Crokin: God Will Reward My Crackpottery

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!


What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment
  • Artor

    If I recall, the original court case was not about taxes, but about her involvement in an armed plot to break her husband out of prison.

  • StevoR

    Going for an insanity plea? Except in a civil case? That’s she’s bringing? Wow.

  • http://freethoughtblogs.com/axp/ Martin Wagner

    Ah. Florida. Okay.

  • http://aceofsevens.wordpress.com Ace of Sevens

    Yeah. Her husband was in prison for drug abuse and domestic abuse of a previous girlfriend and she tried to break him out, which led to the state taking custody of their child. This is apparently a response to a petition she filed that the state had kidnapped her son.

  • John Pieret

    As I said over at PZ’s place:

    It took me about I month to study the history of the world and to learn the history and inner workings of American jurisprudence, literally.

    And the depth of your study is apparent.

    In the judge’s decision, he outlined her case:

    In her amended complaint, Plaintiff first makes nonsensical statements regarding her status under the “organic natural Constitution of the REPUBLIC,” [Doc. 3 at 3], appearing to assert that she is not a citizen of any nation or possibly that she is a citizen of the “territory” of Florida. It is not clear. Also not clear is the reason that Plaintiff deemed this information to be relevant to her purported causes of action.

    Plaintiff next asserts that Mr. Clark, was wrongfully arrested, convicted, imprisoned, and placed into involuntary servitude all while suffering in “extreme, harsh conditions that are inhuman and degrading.” [Doc. 3 at 12], Plaintiff then details how her own rights were violated (as were the rights of her child) when she was repeatedly arrested. Plaintiff names a vast array of government officials as Defendants and asserts claims under various provisions of the United Nations Charter and the Constitution, and seeks both injunctive and compensatory relief.

    The judge notes that the United Nations Charter is no basis for a civil suit in US courts. As to why she was arrested, this may have something to do with it:

    By way of background, this Court takes judicial notice of the following, which was gleaned from a perusal of various public records. Jason Joseph Clark was arrested in September, 2009, and ultimately convicted of aggravated assault, false imprisonment, cruelty to children, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and family violence battery. He received a combined thirty-year sentence, which he is currently serving at the Coffee Correctional Facility in Nichols, Georgia. A year later in September, 2010, Plaintiff was arrested near the jail where Mr. Clark was being held, driving with a 1-year-old child, an AK-47 assault rifle, a .45 caliber pistol and numerous items for survival in the wilderness. She was arrested for conspiring to assist Mr. Clark in escaping from prison. It appears, however, that she might not have been convicted of these crimes.

    I hope the Federal Marshals are keeping their eyes on this wack-a-loon.

  • dingojack

    If she’s not a citizen of the US, isn’t she one of those ‘illegals’ trying to sneak into the US and claim welfare/hide, along with several million others, in a national park/steal our jobs/spread an outbreak of [fill-in disease name here]/let off a nuke (or all of the above)?

    Shouldn’t she be repatriated to her country of origin*? Unless, of course, she wants to apply to the UN high commissioner for Refugees for refugee status, or be declared a stateless person, that is.

    Dingo

    ———

    * “We decide who comes to this country, and the circumstance in which they come.”

  • wreck

    That is one freakin’ hilarious piece of writing. This woman has a bright future in comedy.

  • raven

    It’s all fun and games until someone gets killed or sent to prison for a decade.

    Coquille preacher, wife fail to show for sentencing in tax case

    theworldlink. com › Coquille Valley Courant › News › Crime & Courts

    2 days ago – (AP) — A preacher whose studies persuaded him to quit paying taxes has failed to show up for sentencing on charges he evaded $1.2 million worth of taxes …

    1. Sovereign citizens can be dangerous. They’ve killed 6 or 7 cops.

    2. They also end up in prison a lot. This minister didn’t pay taxes for two decades and ended up owing $1.2 million. His study wasn’t very accurate.

    He seems to have disappeared. I guess his study also showed him he didn’t have to go to prison. I imagine the feds are going to dispute that too.

  • brucegee1962

    This advice is pretty good, from her section on why you shouldn’t pay taxes:

    However, I do not suggest that one wanting to learn more about this topic seek legal advice, as attorneys, too, have been mis-educated to uphold practices that are contradictory to the Organic Laws of the United States

    Let’s see how well that works out for you folks, shall we?

  • dingojack

    Can Tamah Clark prove that her ‘organic laws’ have been grown without anypesticides? Or does she mean these laws or hers contain carbon compounds?

    @@ Dingo

  • Al Dente

    dingojack @10

    They’re probably free range laws, allowed to roam in the great outdoors, not set down in legal documents and unencumbered with any relationship with reality.

  • http://www.ranum.com Marcus Ranum

    Can we add that to our references along with Arkell vs Pressdram?

  • Sastra

    Good thing she’s not a citizen of the federal United States, because this almost seems like it may teeter on the edge of something called “contempt of court.”

    She should present it in person.

  • StevoR

    @ ^ Sastra :maybe in her next case which likely will be related to this one and see her either locked away for contempt of court or put away for mental illness? (I actually do feel kinda sorry for her and scared of what she’ll do to others and herself.)

    PS. Since a few people have referred to it already the Pharyngula thread on this is here :

    http://freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2015/04/23/seems-like-an-inappropriate-use-of-the-medium/

    If folks want to check it out.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1246980039 caseyboucher

    Shouldn’t those nice men in the white coats be giving her those delicious little pink pills?

  • http://www.thelosersleague.com theschwa

    Her attached treatise mentions her copyright. Is she referring to the FEDERAL Copyright Act? And if someone were to violate her weird terms of access of the publication, where would she turn to redress her grievance? Those damned, corrupt courts?!?