2 sovereign citizens arrested after Wash. standoff
Men refused to leave their truck, which was covered in sovereign citizen signs
Two men part of a growing "sovereign" movement that questions government authority were arrested in Otis Orchards on Wednesday after a SWAT team standoff.
The men had pulled over at North Starr Road and East Kildea Road for deputies investigating invalid license plates on their truck but refused to exit the vehicle, said Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich.
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