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LaRouche supporter assaulted by Alaska State Fair Security

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posted on Aug, 30 2010 @ 12:16 AM
Free speech doesnt mean freedom to yell like a crazy person. I mean we arrest people for that its called disturbing the peace.

Who would not arrest some looney tune at a state fair who isnt there to enjoy the fair but to disseminate propaganda.

Also notice the guy is trespassing as a fair is on private property with permits. Not only that he is resisting arrest which is assault in my state. He is also a disgrace to americans everywhere if he thinks holding a sign changes anything. Seriously thank god washington and franklin didnt stand around like lazy good for nothing people with signs.

it may be public but like plays in public parks you cant jsut show up and start yelling like an idiot. Looking at the foolish people who support this man just shows how dumb the average person is if they think this kind of behavior is acceptable.

[edit on 30-8-2010 by tigpoppa]

posted on Aug, 30 2010 @ 12:45 AM
Dissent is always an orphan it seems...
Ya cant do this and ya cant do that,meanwhile we are standing in the middle of the biggest criminal rip off of many generations wealth.
I wish more ordinary people would get as pissed off as this dude....
wed have some kind of chance maybe....

posted on Aug, 30 2010 @ 02:58 AM
As most of these videos go, the situation was already ongoing when the video begins. It's understandable we don't have the beginning; who would purposely record something if there was nothing exceptional to see. As the video begins, I see a person pointing, arguing and yelling while a security/police officer listens and attempts to talk to the man. It was mentioned that there were multiple complaints so it appears some people thought he was creating a disturbance.

I don't know why the officer asks the videographer to put the camera away as he shouldn't have. They continue listening to him and intermittently speak to him for at least 3 minutes. There's a cut in the video and the time prior to it being recorded is unknown but he's allowed to continue for at least 3 minutes. During this time he says he won't quiet down, he's not backing down and intermittently rants and raves other things to them and at the crowd. I see him as possibly inciting a riot with the crowd he assembled because of his voice and actions. He says he knows the law and his rights but obviously doesn't since it appears to be proven that he's on private property.

One officer attempts to detain him and he's clearly resisting. Some in the crowd continue shouting their ignorance of the law which is negated because of the private property issues. While they try to take him away he clearly continues to resist and yell. I see one officer on each side him trying to help him walk as he's disabled. This continues for over 30 seconds. You can see him resisting as he has his leg wrapped around the one officers leg. I interpret it as he's refusing to abide their request peacefully and without incident. The video doesn't have the 3 of them in frame to determine if the officers took him down or if his resisting assisted in or caused him to fall.

You can hear him yelling "I'm disabled you bastard" once he's on the ground but if he would have went peacefully and let them help him walk away he probably wouldn't be on the ground. There does seem to be excessive force in subduing him as I don't perceive him as being a physical threat or overpowering them and I don't agree with that. Once on the ground he's still somewhat resisting while they're trying to cuff him and still insisting that he didn't break the law. The crowd continues yelling their ignorance of the law as it pertains to them since they're on private property. They do seem to keep him on the ground for a lengthy period of time and the one officer on top of him could be hurting him which is questionable. At least they let the one bystander give him water and eventually let him sit on the picnic table. That's what I see. Know the law or be ignorant of it and deal with the consequences.

He was right about his freedom of speech but wrong about where he was allowed to use it.

posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 06:00 PM
I think we are going to see alot more brave old crazy boomers like this trying to wake up the sheeple. Sporting his LaRouche banner was his way of trying to educate his community to what is really going on with our country. There was plenty of room for him in that area but the facist security guards didn't want him speaking out about their beloved leader.

Anyone against LaRouche is un-American. The Obama administration is obviously in bed with Wallstreet and the London Bankers. Obama will continue attacking our constitution as long as he is in office. The only way to turn this country around is to re-enact Glass-Steagal to keep banks from entering into nonfinancial businesses (for example, owning corporate stock) and more risky activities. The Glass-Steagall Act was repealed in 1999.

Obama should be impeached under the 25th amendment for his failure to put the American people first instead of the Big Banks and corporations. Don't forget all that Federal Reserve money unconstitutionally going overseas to bail out the London Fatcat Banks.

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