Montana’s Natural Man back in Court Again
Ernie Wayne terTelgte first gained the attention of patriots across the nation when he amassed millions of views on YouTube with his actions within the Montana court systems. The event that went viral was due to his being arrested for fishing without a license and then resisting arrest. You can see the proceedings that went viral here.
Ernie is now looking to have another round in court. On September 1st, He will be appearing in the Lincoln County Court in Eureka, MT to fight a ticket he received for driving without a driver’s license. In the following exclusive video Ernie explains his view, explaining why he feels this is an illegal act against him, as a living man. I will be at the court house to cover the happenings tomorrow and will update you all with a video and article.
Elias Alias, of The Mental Militia, tells us:
So, what’s it all about?
The Living Man got stopped for faulty tail lights a few nights ago, had quite the conversation with the two deputies there, and has decided to sue the State (and a larger group) over their failure to recognize his unalienable rights.
According to ernie, those unalienable rights are natural rights which the 1789 Constitution requires him to retain. His doctrine is “Restraint on Alienation”. He will go into that in the video below. In fact, this video will outline what ernie plans to do on Thursday, September 01, 2016.
The deputies cited a ticket for driving without a driver’s license, but ernie doesn’t buy that. He plans to use the court in Eureka to launch a challenge with the State over this “right to travel” conflict between governments and free people. But that is just a small part of it.
The Mental Militia is currently making a documentary film about Montana’s “Natural Man”. Learn more here.