From the Daily Times:
Blackwood also asked Roseburgh if he wanted time to hire an attorney to represent him on the case, if he wanted to fill out an affidavit claiming indigence to possibly receive an appointed attorney, or if he wanted to represent himself.
“Yahweh is my counsel,” Roseburgh replied.
Both William and Wendy Roseburgh refer to themselves in court documents as “bondservants of Yahweh” and have refused to sign court documents in the past for religious reasons.
Blackwood explained that William Roseburgh had to pick one of the three choices, and asked if that meant that he planned to represent himself.
“No, I’m not representing myself, (Yahweh) is my counsel,” Roseburgh said. He added that biblical scripture states that Yahweh will represent him in the court, and he will not go against it.
Roseburgh said on several occasions that he did not understand and asked if “Yaweh” had been “kicked out” of the court. Blackwood told him multiple times that he must choose between the three types of representation, and after much discussion — Roseburgh agreed that he was representing himself, but “in protest.”