Wednesday, September 26, 2012

US Military Detention of Americans in US

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Alex also welcomes guest Carl Mayer, the attorney representing American Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges in his legal battle to keep President Obama's power to send US citizens to military prisons without right to trial or attorney, or NDAA privilege, at bay.

 Is felony arresting citizens who write with chalk on sidewalks in the best interest of the American people? Is this a more serious offense than to rape, sexually assault, assault, and even rape someone? A felony can prevent someone from ever getting a decent apartment, a house, a good job, or may even prevent getting dates, a significant other, or getting married. Arrests and prosecutions should be to protect the public, not to protect international corporations and bankers!
Interview Truther Chalk Campaign Launched: Free Speech is at Stake

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Amy Larson readily admits writing "9/11 Truth" and "9/11 Truth Now" in chalk on the First Street sidewalk over Napa Creek.

"I just want people to think for themselves," said Larson, 29. "I believe we've lost a lot of civil liberties since the 9/11 attacks. I'm really concerned about that.

"This is political free speech," added Larson, who says the investigation into the terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. should be reopened.

Her chalk writing — which occurred Sept. 11, the 11th anniversary of the terrorist attacks — got Larson arrested on suspicion of vandalism.

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