November 9, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson in Sovereign Citizen Movement

SALINA, [KS]--A man who says he is a sovereign citizen with diplomatic immunity from the free and independent Lakota nation appeared in Saline County District Court Thursday to hear that he now faces a fourth charge for refusing to provide his DNA as ordered by the court. Ni’i’ Ne’e’, 43, who a probable cause affidavit identified as living in Pinon, Ariz., said he entered “moot” when asked for a plea. Thompson entered a not guilty plea for him and set it for jury trial at 9 a.m. Feb. 13, the date he is scheduled to appear on previous charges. Ni’i’ Ne’e’ has been held in Saline County Jail since July 25, after a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper pulled him over on Interstate Highway 70 near Salina. The trooper had observed that the tag bracket on his pickup truck obscured the registration so that the trooper could not discern that the vehicle was registered in California, according to the probable cause affidavit. According to the affidavit, Ni’i’ Ne’e’ produced a laminated document that said it was a Lakota International Passport and Driver License when he was asked for his driver’s license. The trooper asked for a valid state driver’s license, and Ni’i’ Ne’e’ said he did not need one because he was a sovereign. While standing near the passenger side door, the trooper detected the odor of marijuana, according to the affidavit. View More>>

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