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

ORLANDO, [FL]--Orlando police have arrested two women who they say tried to hinder an investigation into a young girl being sexually battered. Antonio Thomas was arrested Aug. 22 and charged with sexual battery on a child under 12, molestation, child abuse and other charges, according to officials with the Orlando Police Department. The 11-year-old victim called police Aug. 21 to report she was being sexually abused by Thomas over a period of time, according to a police report. When police responded, they said they saw Thomas run out of the neighborhood, get into a yellow cab and flee. Officers said they were able to stop the cab and make an arrest. During the arrest, Thomas told police he was a sovereign citizen and that they would have to kill him, because "he was not going to jail" and police "had no legal authority to hold him," according to the arrest report. After Thomas was arrested, detectives tried to speak with Nichelle Taylor, 31, and Natasha Douglas several times, police said. Taylor, a relative of the victim, did not show up for several interviews, police said. Orlando police Special Victim’s Unit detectives said the women were attempting to prevent Thomas's prosecution. Both women were arrested Tuesday, records show. View More>>

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