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Sovereign Citizen Freeman Tries Usual BS on Judge. Judge Hysterically Spews it Back (Original Post) marble falls Apr 2016 OP
what a beautiful way to start my Saturday. stonecutter357 Apr 2016 #1
It makes a great antidote to this idiocy: cprise Apr 2016 #23
Made me feel even better. Maybe the Oregon Militia marks a decline of pople tolerating this crap. marble falls Apr 2016 #2
Awesome EdwardBernays Apr 2016 #3
The sad fact is that these people are victims of con artists. baldguy Apr 2016 #4
Maybe he can get his posse comitatus seminar fees returned. marble falls Apr 2016 #5
think he would have had better luck with a get out of jail card from his monopoly set dembotoz Apr 2016 #6
marble falls Diclotican Apr 2016 #7
He's looking to explain all the wrong turns in his life. marble falls Apr 2016 #10
that dude is freaking barking Fast Walker 52 Apr 2016 #8
Hilarious ... Fantastic Anarchist Apr 2016 #9
That judge handled that beautifully. giftedgirl77 Apr 2016 #11
This was sad and funny both. The drunkard is a fool who thinks he's smart. IdaBriggs Apr 2016 #12
Florida Man appears again... Callmecrazy Apr 2016 #13
He's got tough audience. For an arraigning judge he certainly took pains with this guy.... marble falls Apr 2016 #14
He's actually pretty patient with most people... Callmecrazy Apr 2016 #17
So the settler, the agent, the individual, and the person travelled to a jail cell. Sounds jtuck004 Apr 2016 #15
So, a settler, an agent and an individual and/or a person walked into a bar.... xocet Apr 2016 #25
"I'm being denied my remedy!" JHB Apr 2016 #16
I worked with one in the early 1980's. It started out, to my limited knowledge, as a Dustlawyer Apr 2016 #18
The rest of the BS? Its ALL BS!!! marble falls Apr 2016 #19
Good preparation Cirque du So-What Apr 2016 #20
All he needs is a Remedy edhopper Apr 2016 #21
There's a judge worth keeping on the bench. CanonRay Apr 2016 #22
@11:04 - "Ok. If you see the person, David Hall, tell him he's not leaving jail either. Alright?" xocet Apr 2016 #24
Kooks... ConsiderThis_2016 Apr 2016 #26
That judge was remarkably patient... awoke_in_2003 Apr 2016 #27
Sovereign citizens getting pwned! longship Apr 2016 #28
 

IdaBriggs

(10,559 posts)
12. This was sad and funny both. The drunkard is a fool who thinks he's smart.
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:15 AM
Apr 2016

The judge was obviously having a little fun and letting the guy look like an idiot in front of his jail mates.

Best place for him is jail if he won't stop driving drunk.

Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)
13. Florida Man appears again...
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:16 AM
Apr 2016

Judge Hurley is in Broward County. Maybe Miami-Dade. I see these videos on the morning news. He must have been in a good mood.

marble falls

(58,669 posts)
14. He's got tough audience. For an arraigning judge he certainly took pains with this guy....
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:20 AM
Apr 2016

how is he otherwise?

Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)
17. He's actually pretty patient with most people...
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:29 AM
Apr 2016

But he has shut down some unruly people before. One person was held in contempt of court during his arraignment.

You gotta be a particular kind of crazy for that to happen.

 

jtuck004

(15,882 posts)
15. So the settler, the agent, the individual, and the person travelled to a jail cell. Sounds
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:28 AM
Apr 2016

like it will be crowded.

I'm glad they locked their asses up.

xocet

(3,892 posts)
25. So, a settler, an agent and an individual and/or a person walked into a bar....
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 02:03 PM
Apr 2016

but the bar kilt him because he wasn't only three.

(Your reply title sounds a lot like the introductory line to a joke - potentially even a good joke, but that would take more time than a minute.)






JHB

(37,181 posts)
16. "I'm being denied my remedy!"
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:28 AM
Apr 2016

Look pal (applicable to individual, settler, agent, or person, as applicable), you previously had remedies available. You could pay your fines and not drive on public roads. You failed to take advantage of either remedy.

NOW, the remedy is "time in the hoosgow".

Dustlawyer

(10,502 posts)
18. I worked with one in the early 1980's. It started out, to my limited knowledge, as a
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 09:29 AM
Apr 2016

tax dodge. They do not recognize the Federal government's authority over them and the only recognized law enforcement is a county Sheriff. I forget all of the rest of the BS.

xocet

(3,892 posts)
24. @11:04 - "Ok. If you see the person, David Hall, tell him he's not leaving jail either. Alright?"
Sat Apr 2, 2016, 01:30 PM
Apr 2016

That is a classic line.

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