Thursday, May 19, 2016                                                                                                                              Contact: Shane Radliff

For Immediate Release                                                                                                                                Phone: 309-533-7857

Email: [email protected]


The Subversion of Patriot Groups by Self-Proclaimed Judges

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – The Patriot Community needs unity, but from recent events, that seems to be a tough sell.

The events that took place at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge brought about many ramifications, including the imprisonment of over 25 members of the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom group. That event, coupled with an even earlier one in Costilla County, Colorado, has brought to light another issue, namely the self-proclaimed judges, most popularly, Anna von Reitz, Gary Darby, and Bruce Doucette.

The “sovereign citizen” ideology has brought forth division, unanswered questions, as well as unquestioning adherents. This is something that needs to be addressed, in order for the Patriot Community to move forward and establish local Committees of Safety, in order to accomplish their end goal of restoring the Republic.

In order to address this concern, Liberty Under Attack has reached out to the aforementioned self-proclaimed judges to schedule a moderated debate for some time in June. The first email was sent out on May 12, at approximately 11:45 p.m. CST:

Email 1

Email 2

Additionally, on the May 17 edition of The New Concord Hour, this was revealed publicly by Kyle Rearden. LUA has reason to believe that Gary Darby was listening, because he emailed Maggie during that broadcast. He was aware of the May 12 email and the proposed debate. There was even a follow-up email on May 17.

Email Follow Up

The deadline for them to respond and defend their ideology is today. If no response is received, LUA will assume that they don’t have the courage of their convictions and we will proceed accordingly.

For more information, call 309-533-7857 or email [email protected] for further information.