I-95 Standoff Suspect Sues State, Demands Money, Written Apology

I-95 Standoff Suspect Sues State, Demands Money, Written Apology

Jamhal Talib Abdullah Bey wants $1,000 for each day he has been in jail since his July 3 arrest and a written apology from Gov. Baker. Talib says state police discriminated against members of the group ‘Rise of the Moors’ leading the incident to quickly escalate into a standoff involving more than 200 police officers. (Massachusetts State Police Department) WAKEFIELD, MA — The leader of a group that was arrested after an armed standoff on a Massachusetts highway wants $1,000 for each day he has been in jail since his July 3 arrest and a written apology from Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey. Jamhal Talib Abdullah Bey, of Providence, filed a lawsuit in federal court in Boston this week. In his handwritten complaint, Talib says state police violated his Second Amendment right to bear arms when police questioned and, after an eight-hour standoff, arrested them during a middle-of-the-night traffic stop on Interstate 95 in Wakefield over the Fourth of July weekend. Talib is the leader of the Pawtucket-based group ‘Rise of the Moors’ is suing over his arrest and ongoing jail time, claiming a violation of his Second Amendment rights. His complaint, as well as two others filed by Moorish sovereign citizens against Massachusetts , cites multiple cases that he says protects the rights of armed militias to pack weapons to protect themselves. Talib says his heavily armed group never should have been questioned, never mind arrested in Wakefield on their way from Providence […]

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