Leader of heavily armed ‘militia’ driving on 128 says Second Amendment gives them the right to protect Maine from foreign invasion

Leader of heavily armed 'militia' driving on 128 says Second Amendment gives them the right to protect Maine from foreign invasion

The leader of the group of heavily armed Moorish sovereign citizens who held an hours-long stand off on Rte. 128 in July is suing over his arrest and continuing lockup – and is demanding $1,000 a day in recompense for his time behind bars plus written apologies from Charlie Baker, Maura Healey and the troopers who put him in cuffs for what he claims is a violation of his and his fellow gun slingers’ Second Amendment rights. In a handwritten complaint filed in US District Court in Boston – one of three filed by Moorish sovereign citizens against Massachusetts this week – Jamhal Talib Abdullah Bey of Providence, formerly known as Jamhal Lattimer, cites a bevy of cases from outside New England and one case involving stun guns in Massachusetts that he says protects the rights of armed militias to pack weapons to protect themselves and that his group should never have been questioned, let alone arrested, in Wakefield while on their way from their Providence headquarters to Maine for training on the “large capacity firearms” they had with them. He claims these rulings protect the rights of militias like his to prepare for “a foreign invasion from the Northern States, or an act of domestic terrorism in the northern States, such as Maine” and that Massachusetts’s strict gun-control laws, which outright ban certain types of automatic weapons: [C]ould and clearly does have a direct negative effect and impact on the response time, ability, effectiveness and efficiency of any […]

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