A Purported ‘Moorish Aboriginal Sovereign Citizen’ Booked On Drug Charges In Greater Atlanta, WSBTV Reports

Chadwick Simmons: Source: Fulton County Sheriff's Office.

Chadwick Simmons: Source: Fulton County Sheriff’s Office.

Chadwick Simmons was flush with weed and told police he was a “Moorish Aboriginal Sovereign Citizen” who’d trademarked his name, WSBTV.com is reporting.

Some purported Moorish Americans and “sovereign citizens” have constructed paperwork confections that purport police, court officials or media outlets owe them tremendous sums of money when using their names or citing court documents bearing their names because the names are “trademarked.”

Simmons has been released on $35,200 bond, according to his booking sheet.

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One Response to “A Purported ‘Moorish Aboriginal Sovereign Citizen’ Booked On Drug Charges In Greater Atlanta, WSBTV Reports”

  1. I wonder if he knows Robert Craddock, trademarker of common words. i was thinking about trademarking the word “Trademark”.. wonder how that will turn out??

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