If Shawna Cox wanted to make a point in her lawsuit against the federal government, she's most effectively doing so via the amount she's suing for. Cox, one of the first people indicted in the takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, filed her eight-page "counter criminal complaint" Wednesday in US District Court in Portland, the Oregonian reports, and she's asking for a very precise amount in damages "from the works of the devil." Specifically, per KOIN 6, Cox wants "in excess of $666,666,666,666.66 Six hundred sixty six billion, six hundred sixty six million, six hundred sixty six thousand, six hundred sixty six dollars and sixty six cents" for what she says was her role as "a victim, witness and informant to extremely serious public corruption and government oppression."
Cox goes on to say that she "came to the assistance of economically vulnerable individuals who were being harassed, threatened, intimidated, persecuted and incarcerated by arrogant, narcissi [sic] Federal Government officials who have organized together to highjack [sic] and steal our Constitutional form of government from the people of the United States of America." Cox's entire claim is here. (Read more Oregon ranch stories.)