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“Sovereign” citizens — militia types — continue to insist that their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution is superior to that of virtually every American historian, judge, legislator, governor and law professor who ever studied it.
For example, Schaeffer Cox, head of the Alaska Peacemakers Militia, in district court in Fairbanks, Alaska, on a misdemeanor gun charge, commenced a series of “constitutional” claims.
Asserting that he is “chairman of the joint chiefs of staff” of the “de jure republic” of America, as empowered by the real Constitution, and not the one in popular use, which is a bogus document that Abraham Lincoln ...

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