These ‘expatriated’ individuals are in a little bit of trouble after disregarding thee laws of the United States.
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They came to Tennessee from California for cheap land with plans to build a “natural home.”
But after getting pulled over for violation of Tennessee car registration law, not signing the citation and being accused of resisting arrest, Dustin Rosondich and Xylie Eshleman have spent the last month in jail. They have been incarcerated at the Madison County Criminal Justice Complex since May 13.
Neither Rosondich or Eshleman provided police with identification, so police haven’t been able to confirm their identities.
The two, who call themselves partners, say they were quickly profiled by local authorities as “sovereign citizens” and as people who don’t obey any laws.
The two say they’re peaceful people who obey common law, or God’s law, and that they don’t associate with so-called “sovereign citizens” who have been connected to acts of violence.