Been following this story for a while, a couple is barricade in their house in NH over failure to pay income tax.. now sentenced to 63 months in prison for their non-payment.. apparently they are doing on their religious convictions. The good thing right now is that they are not planning an Ruby Ridge or Waco, thank goodness.. http://www.makethestand.com/ All men and women are created with equal rights. These rights are such that we all may exercise them simultaneously without interfering with or infringing upon the rights of another. This is freedom. Government -- ALL government -- has intentionally become destructive to our freedom and liberty. Instead of securing and protecting the natural rights of man, as government is designed to do, in every nation of this world it has sought to usurp its people and to reduce them under complete despotism. The evidence of this is staggering, and is completely visible in every aspect of our lives. Now is the time to change it. --WE ARE NOT SUBJECT TO ANY GOVERNMENT TO WHICH WE DO NOT CONSENT --WE ARE NOT BORN INTO ANY CONTRACT WITH ANY GOVERNMENT. GEOGRAPHY OF BIRTH DOES NOT PLACE US UNDER JURISDICTION. --WE NEED NOT COMPLY WITH ANY DEMAND OR REQUEST THAT WOULD CAUSE US TO INFRINGE UPON THE RIGHTS OF ANOTHER OR FORFEIT THE FREE EXERCISE OF OUR OWN RIGHTS http://www.boston.com/news/local/ne...ine_brown_gets_63_months_for_tax_convictions/ CONCORD, N.H. --A federal judge sentenced a pair of convicted tax evaders in absentia Tuesday, but officials said they have no plans to lay siege to their hilltop compound to send them to prison. Ed and Elaine Brown skipped the court appearances in favor of remaining holed up in their fortress-like Plainfield home. The Browns say federal tax laws don't exist, and Ed Brown vows to use force to avoid capture. But U.S. marshals, charged with seizing the former exterminator and his dentist wife, say they're not planning to attack the rural site. "We're not going to engage in that kind of game with them," U.S. Marshal Stephen Monier said in an interview. "Law enforcement is not going away and neither are the warrants."