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originally posted by: Liquesence
a reply to: backwherewestarted
So tear gas fired at journalists who were by their truck—reporting—was restrained and in response to their violence?
Or the tear gas fired directly at a resident while he stood in his OWN yard was restrained and in response to his violence?
The roughing up of the two journalists in the MacDonalds was restrained and in response to...what violence, exactly?
I suppose, though, that the police *were* restrained because, even though they had their 50 cal weapons trained on citizens with their hands up, they didn't fire.
And I suppose they were "restrained" because they stood by and watched as business were looted, then turned around and arrested a man in his own aunt's driveway.
originally posted by: backwherewestarted
I love that you are now relying on the reports by the media, calling them verified and not hearsay. In other words you believe that the media reports everything 100% accurately and that nobody has any reason to lie to the media.
originally posted by: defcon5
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
It was his aunts property and they had permission. I hope this gets thrown out of court.
Nope, you have to be at your own residence.
Here is a similar story and the answer from an attorney:
Can I receive an adult curfew charge on private property
A person not at their own residence after hours (private or public property) is in violation of standard curfew restrictions. Harboring a minor by an adult past curfew is a violation, too. You might consider formulating a different defense if you have one.
Nope, you have to be at your own residence. Here is a similar story and the answer from an attorney: Can I receive an adult curfew charge on private property