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Man files $5 million lawsuit against Idaho for not being allowed to drive car without license plate

By Mason White 2:15 AM May 2, 2016
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By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A man who believes that his constitutional rights are being violated by the state of Idaho, filed a lawsuit, seeking $5.6 million in compensation.

Peter Jensen of Athol, claims that he should not be forced to put a license plate on his car because God doesn’t require it.

Jensen follows the laws of the Bible, and there is no commandment about driving a vehicle with a driver’s license, registering a car or putting a license plate on a vehicle.

Jensen is seeking $5.6 million in compensation from the state because he believes that is how much his life is worth.

Over the last few years, Jensen received several fines for driving without a license plate.

He refused to pay the fines, and this month, he has received a notice from the Idaho Transportation Department, stating that his driving privileges have been revoked.

Jensen wants to be paid in gold and silver coins, as he believes that U.S. dollars have no value.