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Anti-War Activist Subpoenas Ashcroft and Rove

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by metallix, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. metallix

    metallix 12oz Elite Member

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    Anti-War Activist Subpoenas Ashcroft and Rove

    Discussion started by metallix - Nov 9, 2003

    Anti-War Activist Subpoenas Ashcroft and Rove

    Long-time anti-war activist Brent Bursey, 55, sent subpoenas to Attorney General Ashcroft and Karl Rove to appear at his trial next week, in a case that has come to epitomize the contentious battle for free speech emerging under the Bush Administration.
    The controversy dates to October 2002, when local authorities in South Carolina arrested Bursey at Columbian Metropolitan Airport, where Bush was scheduled to arrive that day, for holding a sign that read "No More War For Oil." He was charged with trespassing, although he was on public property, because he had not been standing in the "free-speech zone" specially designated for protesters. Consistent with similar policies surrounding Bush?s appearances across the country, the protesters were confined to an area over half a mile from the airport, where their message was unlikely to be seen or heard by the President. Bursey told police he had been under the impression that the whole of America was a free speech zone.

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  2. square

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    square - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    he certainly has a good case.....
     
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    S@T@N 12oz Senior Member

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    S@T@N - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    "Free Speech Zone."

    about half a mile from


    "Area not under jurisdiction of the constitution."


    I can't begin telling you how wrong that is.
     
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  4. Abracadabra

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    Abracadabra - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    americans you have guns, it's time to start using them on the police and the goverment
     
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    gfreshsushi - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    i hope as a settlement, this dude gets to kick dubya in the grill piece. free speech, ya heard?
     
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  6. heavyLox

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    heavyLox - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    my free speach zone is the bathroom. Although i do have to put pennies in the "swaer" jar if my speach get too "FREE".


    Bosh (as they called him in Irag) supported and pushed legislation through in texas allowing you to be heald for 72 hours before being formally charged with anything. He is a facist/idiot/ elitest Oil fuck.
     
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    bigdork - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    We live in scary times!!
     
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    kilgoretrout - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    minors dont have free speech at all. the times my friends and i have been suspended or givin detention for telling the princible to stop spending so much of our limited funding on the meathead jocks that beat me up is many.....or am i just bitching again?

    I hate school and all my teachers, and ill get suspended for saying that too
     
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    DEE38 - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    I cant even say the title of this thread :confused:
     
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    suburbian bum - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    I want to hear what KaBar and Tease have to say about this. Don whimp out, respond!!!!!
     
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    Father John - Replied Dec 8, 2003

    Ashcroft is a douchebag.....and bush will use the excuse that he had to seperate the two party views so a political brawl wouldnt break out....probally on the lines of "protection from endangering the public"
     
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