Sects, Cults, and the Attack on Jurisprudence / Freemen, Sovereign Citizens, and the Challenge to Public Order in British Heritage Countries

Stephen A. Kent and Robin D. Willey; “Sects, Cults, and the Attack on Jurisprudence” and “Freemen, Sovereign Citizens, and the Challenge to Public Order in British Heritage Countries“ The authors group the OPCA phenomenon with religious cults. Both share a distance and disdain for government and court structures as a consequence of their beliefs. This ideologically-grounded hostility leads to both legal and extralegal efforts to pressure and exhaust government and court actors who are perceived as enemies. That makes these groups … Continue reading Sects, Cults, and the Attack on Jurisprudence / Freemen, Sovereign Citizens, and the Challenge to Public Order in British Heritage Countries
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