http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation...ment-militia-groups-freeman/53873496/1?csp=hf Title is TBO-style sarcasm and in no way an insult to the actual local law enforcement in this article. I am really interested to hear what my LE brothers think about this. I am pretty torn on this whole situation. I think the individual decisions by the local LE not to initiate a situation that puts officers in grave danger over an assault warrant is probably the right one, but I really don't care for the precedent that being well-armed and well-defended makes one above the law, either. Edited to add a summary: Guy assaults state trooper, gets out on bail, then goes into hiding at a sovereign citizen "compound" and essentially dares local LE to come get him while threatening the lives of anyone who does. For 12 years, local LE has chosen not to attempt to apprehend him due to the imbalance between the charge and the risk of apprehension.