The Canadian PressSeptember 22, 2013 14:30
SYLVAN LAKE, Alta. - An Alberta pensioner says she feels like a prisoner after her rental property was claimed as an "embassy" by a man she says identified himself as a Freemen-on-the-Land, a growing movement of so-called sovereign citizens that is raising concerns with authorities both north and south of the border.
"I am an army of one," says Rebekah Caverhill at her home in Sylvan Lake, near Red Deer. Tears stream down her face.
"I've been beat up so badly by people that should be helping that I don't know where to turn."