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Originally posted by Xiamara
Your allowed to say whatever you want you just have to deal with the consequences sometimes that's someone else using their right to free speech sometimes its being punched out.
This man is being aggressive intone not being rational and his right to free speech isn't being ended merely he is refusing to deal with the consequences. If your verbally assaulting people trying to be rational of course things will escalate.
the right of the people peaceably to assemble
An easement is the right to use the real property of another without possessing it. Easements are helpful for providing pathways across two or more pieces of property or allowing an individual to fish in a privately owned pond. An easement is considered as a property right in itself at common law and is still treated as a type of property in most jurisdictions.
The rights of an easement holder vary substantially among jurisdictions. Historically, the common law courts would enforce only four types of easement:
1.The right-of-way (easements of way),
2.Easements of support (pertaining to excavations),
3.Easements of "light and air",
4.Rights pertaining to artificial waterways.
Modern courts recognize more varieties of easements, but these original categories still form the foundation of easement law.
Originally posted by cindyremains
reply to post by Libertygal
So what you are saying is that I can walk 9.5 feet onto the grounds of a private elementary school and scream angrily about how sexy the children are?
I can walk 9.5 onto the property of a church and scream angry hateful things about whatever religion they are?
I can walk 9.5 feet onto your property and scream angrily anything I want about you and your family?
That is what you are saying and hoping prevails?
Public schools: School administrators have the ability to restrict access
to school property in order to provide a safe and orderly environment
for students. However, if administrators open school facilities
to any non-student group, they are obligated to extend this privilege
to all non-student groups who wish to have access.
Originally posted by Libertygal
I think there are laws regarding hate speech, and particularly schools.
Just like there are laws about using words like bomb in an airport, or fire in a theater.
And yes, you can come onto the first 10 feet of my property and protest me being a child molester if I were one, and be within the law if you are not slandering.
I won't play your troll bait games. I have read enough of your posts.
Good try though.
Here are some laws regarding the right to protest, in Tennessee, for example:
Originally posted by KILL_DOGG
reply to post by tracer7
WHAT? What are you talking about? They attempted to let the man leave on his own, not just once but several times. He didn't listen and got nailed with the consequences. He wasn't practicing free speech, he was trespassing on private property and got what he deserved. Quit looking for excuses to bash athority figures because this excuse is obviously wrong.
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
This man was on private property.
Originally posted by Lysergic
how do you know this?
The fair has an unwritten policy against people campaigning in common areas, Phipps said. The YouTube clip shows Hill clashing loudly with security guards before being forced to the ground and eventually arrested.
The fair is on private property, owned by the non-profit Alaska State Fair Inc. If people want to deliver a political message -- on abortion or Pebble Mine, for example -- they're expected to rent a booth and follow vendor guidelines, Phipps said.
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