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Originally posted by RRconservative
Free speech, blah, blah, blah.
Yes you do have the right to ask questions. But you do not have the right to have them answered.
This guy caused a disturbance, and it could have led to a riot, or even a mass murder spree.
This guy was obviously mentally disturbed.
Remember Virginia Tech?
Originally posted by scientist
man I LOVE youtube and cellphone cameras. although it will also be the death of us, it's also a great way to show how poo really is around the world.
ask about skull and bones in public? you get zapped and shut up quick.
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[edit on 18/9/2007 by Mirthful Me]
Originally posted by Layla
I find it appalling that as he was being "arrested" these student were cheering. I find it horrifying that some of these students, the "future" of our country, as so many would refer to them, are LAUGHING as he is being tased!
Was this kid even read his rights? Could he be "resisting arrest" otherwise? I know audio was bad once he started getting man-handled, but it sure as heck didn't appear to me that anyone was reading him his rights, much less letting him know what he was being arrested for.
-- Pink Floyd
Originally posted by October
I highly recommend people watch the Raw footage AFTER he is tasered and you will see that he is lapping up the camera, making sure there is someone there so he can keep shouting. Do you actually believe him when he says he is afraid to give his name to the officers because he thinks they might kill him??? What a show.
Originally posted by Leyla
Also after some checking the Univeristy of Florida is being funded by the EU for aprogram. Surprise surprise.
I'm outraged at this.
Amie Kreppel, director of the UF Center for European Studies. said “The EU is America’s largest trading partner and our most important political ally,” she said. “And for Florida, the EU is our biggest foreign direct investor. Their investments account for more than 145,000 jobs.”