• Anchorage Daily News
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - An attempt by an Alaska militia leader to serve paperwork alleging state courts lack jurisdiction in his misdemeanor weapons case has been rejected.
Schaeffer Cox, head of the Alaska Peacemakers Militia, appeared at the Fairbanks courthouse Wednesday for a hearing on a trial date, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.
Cox, 26, did not address the trial date and instead attempted to serve paperwork on District Court Judge Patrick Hammers.
"You're now being treated as a criminal engaged in criminal activity, and you're being served in that manner," Cox said.
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