‘Sovereign Citizen’ driver collides with police over number plates in Gundagai
Incredible apology ‘self-entitled’ driver gives police after being pulled over for not showing number plates – while officer is praised for her response
- Driver “walks confidently” filmed in collision with officer due to missing number plates
- Chloe was stopped by a police officer while driving in Gundagai in rural NSW
- She filmed the encounter and explained that she had taken license plates off the vehicle the day before
A woman who claims she is “not part of the state” clashed with a police officer after being pulled over for not showing license plates.
Chloe Fisher was stopped by police while driving near Gundagai in rural NSW.
She used her phone to film her conversation with the officer, who asked her for ID and if the vehicle was registered.
Chloe got out of the car and explained that she hadn’t shown number plates because she was “getting sovereign”.
Chloe Fisher was stopped by police while driving on the road in Gundagai in rural NSW
“I’m slowly walking away from your company,” she said.
“Actually, you are a company. You’re really just raising money.”
Chloe presented the officer with an identification card describing her status as a “sovereign living woman” with the date of birth replaced with “first breath”.
“Place of First Breath” was under the bizarre headings, with “Earth” next to it.
The officer remained calm on video while the driver rambled on, explaining that their number plates were kept in the car.
“I’m in the process of … getting all my certificates and anything I need to explain that you have no authority over me,” Chloe said.
“Because without the license plate and without the license, I’m not really under your membership.”
She tried to explain the “law” to the policeman.
“You can legally overtake anyone who has a license plate, in whatever state, because you’re registered with a membership,” she pointed out.
“But without that, technically you end up in court and it gets thrown out because they say you’ve lost the license, but if I’m not running under a license there’s nothing to lose.”
The officer asks Chloe to retrieve the license plates from her car before demanding that her ID card be returned.
The police officer remains calm on video while the driver continues his walk, explaining that their license plates will be kept in the car
“Can I have my identity?” She said.
“I’m not done yet,” the officer said.
“Can you get the plates out for me?”
Chloe went back to her car and handed her the license plates, explaining that she had taken them off the day before.
“I’m not part of the state … I’m not the property of the state, so you can’t take me,” she said.
The police officer explained to Chloe that she had to show the vehicle’s license plates before she could drive it.
“Their opinions can be whatever they want, that’s fine,” she said.
“Unfortunately, in this state, the law is the law.”
‘LAW?’ Chloe spelled.
‘LAW? Yes, I’m not going to talk to you about what your beliefs are.’
Footage of the encounter was shared on Twitter, with social media users praising the officer for keeping his composure.
“Exemplary performance by this NSW police officer in Gundagai in the face of a legitimate not-so-bright Aleks,” wrote former Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack.
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