The Solution 1

Francis August Schaeffer Cox

was born on February 11, 1984 to Gary and Jennifer Cox. Around the year 2000, Cox’s family moved to Alaska. He received a high school diploma in May, 2003 through a correspondence program. He then briefly studied business at The University of Alaska Fairbanks, before dropping out to start his own small construction company.

In 2008 Schaeffer Cox ran for the Alaska House of Representatives from House District 7.  Cox is a member of the Sovereign citizen movement.

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  1. Reblogged this on aurorawatcherak and commented:
    I am reblogging this not because I agree with the blogger’s site, but because Shaeffer Cox’s parents are friends of mine and this speaks to what I’ve been saying about not rushing to trample the rights of the Boston bomber. Watch the video clip — I’ll reblog the others as well — and ask yourself, does this sound like a terrorist? At a later point, Cox exaggerates his accomplishments a bit, but being prideful should not be a crime. The FBI used that as an excuse to launch an investigation. The informant they sent in encouraged more boastful talk and created leading conversations to build a case and Cox will spend the next 25 years in prison for venting and plotting to kill theorectical people. The State of Alaska dropped all charges when they realized the evidence was unconstitutionally obtained, but the feds continued forward. This is a primary reason for HB69′s passage, btw.

    But I want people to understand that the environment in which we live, you don’t have to be a terrorist to be named as a terrorist. You don’t have to bomb anything or shoot anyone or even threaten anyone. You just have to make a reasonable sounding speech in a venue the government has deemed as subversive. This is why it is absolutely necessary that we speak out for due process for the Boston bomber. I don’t want him to be released. I won’t be upset to see him executed. That’s not the point. The point is that all Americans have a right to due process and if we suspend that right for one guy because he’s evil, we risk losing it for all of us. Let’s wake up and smell the tyranny, folks, before it’s too late.

    And, to be perfectly clear, I do not support the blog this is reblogged from. I just don’t know how to upload video.

    • Typical American syndrome: He wants OUR support – which we gave him. But he doesn’t support US. Egocentricity does not win the battle, friend. But Good Luck.

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