posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 03:53 AM
Originally posted by purplemer
Yes I am aware of that. Its very easy to point fingers and laugh. That is what children like to do. Again I will ask have you ever had the conviction
to be arrested for something you belief in...
Anyone/everyone can take actions that are against the law. That is their prerogative.
In so doing, they run the personal risk of being arrested, thrown in jail or fined.
These people were very clearly, and politely, told they were fully entitled to assemble and to conduct a peaceful demonstration. They were told where
the lines were...and they chose to ignore them.
Being arrested for breaking the law is not heroic - it is just dumb. There are plenty of very legal ways to make your dissatisfaction known, heard
If they have something to say, they can say it...but they don't have the right to junk up public property, or to "occupy" it, to press their