Refuge occupier files for 'damages from works of devil' in excess of $666,666,666,666.66
Shawna Cox, one of Malheur Wildlife Refuge occupiers facing federal charges, has filed a court document claiming federal damages from the works of the devil for $666,666,666,666.66.
The document was filed in US District Court Wednesday, and quickly tossed by a judge who said Cox's claims were "not cognizable in this criminal proceeding and will not be addressed in this case."
Cox also claims federal workers who still cannot return to their workplace at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge, simply decided not to work during the occupation.
"It was their choice not to come to work out of guilt," she writes.
She says state and federal employees tried to execute her and the rest of the occupiers so they could "continue to socialize and communize the United States of America, and continue to use their state and federal bar licenses to steal the lives, liberties and properties of economically vulnerable individuals."
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