The U.S. attorney’s office in Alaska has filed a civil lawsuit against a Danese, West Virginia, man who has filed liens seeking $950 million from federal employees.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Bryan Wilson is seeking an injunction to stop Trapper Killsmany from filing the liens against Social Security Administration employees.
Killsmany seeks another $350 million in liens from several family members living at Manley Hot Springs, Alaska, and from an Alaska Native News reporter who once wrote about him.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports (http://is.gd/pB3cSp) filing such liens is popular among those subscribing to the sovereign citizen movement, which holds the federal government doesn’t have jurisdiction over them.
There was no listing for Killsmany in West Virginia. A number listed for him at Manley Hot Springs was not working Tuesday.
Information from: Fairbanks (Alaska) Daily News-Miner, http://www.newsminer.com
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