Food Safety News last year referred to Prairie Star National Trust as a “sovereign citizens” organization after a court used the term in the Amos Miller case, which states that Miller has illegally sold meat without government inspection.

Star National has reached out to Food Safety News to opine that

Continue Reading Prairie Star National says it is not a ‘sovereign citizens’ organization as referred to in court

Amos Miller, the Amish agribusinessman from Bird-in-Hand PA, is due back in federal court today.

USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) investigators have filed 42 pages of supplemental evidence  that could, after today, leave Miller in a world of hurt.

Specifically, three FSIS investigators support a government motion filed
Continue Reading FSIS food detectives find violations in Amos Miller’s meat and poultry shipments

Federal Judge Edward G. Smith has directed his clerk to reject any attempted filings by Praire Star Nation, “an unlicensed, third-party entity espousing sovereign citizen political beliefs, “which purport to represent defendant Amos Miller.

Miller, a farmer who has been ruled in contempt of court in food safety proceedings, wants
Continue Reading Amos Miller will not be represented by Prairie Star Nation; new slaughter problems reported

Farmer Amos Miller fired his attorney and now wants Prairie Star National, an advocacy group that may not include licensed counsel, to represent him.

But because it is not clear if the federal judge who’s been trying to enforce food safety regulations on Miller and Miller’s Organic Farm will go
Continue Reading Federal court will decide who represents Amos Miller; $250,000 fine at stake

Amos Miller and Miller’s Organic Farm had to terminate their defense attorneys two years ago during a federal court case because Miller couldn’t pay all the legal bills.

In a new federal civil case that got underway in April, Miller and Miller’s Organic Farm have again hired the legal team
Continue Reading Amos Miller gets his legal team back together and plans to fight FSIS in federal court