A Lawton woman is suing President Donald Trump, claiming he violated her 5th and 14th amendment rights.
Donna E. Traylor filed the civil lawsuit in Comanche County District Court on Thursday, October 4th. She is seeking $10-million in damages.
Traylor claims the president also violated her rights to religious freedom and denied basic rights to medical care.
According to KAUZ, the CBS affiliate in Wichita Falls, Texas, court documents show that Traylor believes her due process rights were violated. She continues in the filing by stating it “guarantees that I receive proper notice, an opportunity to be heard, and a decision by a neutral decision maker before my earned benefits are taken away.”
Donna Traylor also claims the President violated her rights through numerous Executive Orders and “policies which conceal the torturous acts of the U.S. Army leaders.”
Court documents said President's attorneys are supposed to respond to the lawsuit within 20 days. Traylor plans to represent herself in court.