Anti-government rage: understanding, identifying and responding to the sovereign citizen movement in Australia

“Anti-government rage: understanding, identifying and responding to the sovereign citizen movement in Australia” by Daniel Baldino & Kosta Lucas (Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, Volume 14, 2019 – Issue 3) Sovereign citizens, who do not believe they are subject to law, have been identified as a risk for police and government officials as well as a potential terrorist threat. As such, while it is important to view radicalisation as multi-causal, some behavioural markers may indicate sovereign citizen inclinations and help … Continue reading Anti-government rage: understanding, identifying and responding to the sovereign citizen movement in Australia
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