Chase Allan Shot Dead – The video recording of the fatal shooting of Chase Allan, who was 25 years old and had been stopped for a traffic violation on March 1, was made public by the police in Farmington, Utah, on Wednesday. Allan had been shot on March 1 after being stopped for a traffic infraction. On March 1st, the event in question took place. Because of the driving infringement, Allan was pulled over and detained. Chase Allan was stopped by police for a traffic violation on March 1 and issued a ticket for the infraction.
According to Eric Johnsen, the Chief of the Farmington Police Department, the reason why Mr. Allan was pulled over by the police was because the license plate that was attached to the blue BMW that he was driving was not properly attached to the vehicle. The officer who had pulled Mr. Allan over earlier confronted him when he entered a parking lot, which caused the tension in the situation to quickly increase to a greater degree.
As Mr. Allan, whose license plate read “American State Citizen, Utah” and suggested he was affiliated with the extreme anti-government Sovereign Citizen movement, repeatedly asserted that he was under no obligation to identify himself to the police, additional officers arrived on the scene to provide backup. Mr. Allan’s license plate read “American State Citizen, Utah.” Additional officers arrived on the scene to provide backup as Mr. Allan continued to assert that he was under no obligation to identify himself to the Because Mr. Allan’s license plate said “American State Citizen, Utah,” it was reasonable to assume that he was involved with the movement. The phrase “American State Citizen, Utah” was printed on the license plate that belonged to Mr. Allan. On the driver’s license that Mr. Allan was carrying, the words “American State Citizen, Utah” were printed in large, bold letters.