posted on Aug, 5 2003 @ 09:51 AM
Exactly what the real problem is:
"Austin said he took a plea bargain because he feared his case was eligible for a terrorism enhancement, which could have added 20 years to his
Depending on the validity of the other charges is the key here. It sais he was arrested for Disorderly Conduct and Unlawful Assembly. The right to
Assemble and Peaceful Protest is ours and if lost will result in our complete loss of freedom. So if the charges are valid, yeah, this guy is an
idiot. But if these other charges aren't valid, meaning he was just assembling and protesting something, and then creating a web site about anarchy,
there is nothing illegal with that. I still don't think this guy should be threatened with being convicted as a terrorist though. I think this
shows an blatant missuse of this whole Terrorist Act B.S.