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Domestic terror: extremists, sovereign citizens and law enforcement

Retired West Memphis, Arkansas, Police Chief Bob Paudert spends most of his time on the road talking about the dangers that some sovereign citizens pose to law enforcement personnel — something he knows from first-hand experience. On May 10, 2010, two of his officers were fatally shot during a traffic stop involving sovereign citizens. One of the felled officers was his own son, Sgt. Brandon Paudert. This is their story.
Todd Feeback KCPT in partnership with The Kansas City Star
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