Michael Maharrey
Tenth Amendment Center
November 7, 2011

She doesn’t exactly look the part of a federal criminal.

In fact, the petite, blond headed woman better fits the image of suburban mother of five.

And Liz Reitzig doesn’t commit her nefarious acts in dark, seedy alleys. Her criminal enterprise starts on a picturesque Amish farm in rural Pennsylvania.

Her crime?

Transporting raw milk across state lines.

Last Tuesday, Reitzig and fifteen other mothers drove from their Maryland homes, purchased raw milk from an Amish farm and publically caravanned back to Maryland.

The federal government calls it a crime.

Reitzig calls it an exercise in liberty.

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