posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 12:46 PM
reply to post by JBA2848
The point is the outside persons acted with malicious intent to disrupt a court room via any method. Would you not charge someone who threw a rock
through the window to get attention. The rock was neve in the court room but by actions of their own they introduced the outside stone to the court
room. Same for this. Find them and interrogate them. Ask them why the hell they called. Why they thought it was a good idea. They would all pretty
much say they did it for fame and that's where they broke the law they interrupted the case. It's not like they skyped him to ask him a question about
their homework they did it to be fools.
Is it illegal to talk to a cop while he working, nope perfectly normal. But how about you go bother a cop while he is trying to arrest a bank robber
you deserve to be beat. Malicious self idolization. Ie. a person goes out of their way to be such a distraction for their own gain that it has grossly
disrupted the flow of the proceeding. Pretty much. They stood up in court and screamed "look at me!!!"
edit on 4-7-2013 by marbles87 because:
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Same for photo bombing. Like it should be illegal to photo bomb the president or cause purposeful harm to high value photos or testimony. What woul
happen if someone photo bombed the president while he jus made world peace the person ruined the reputation of the photo or testimony.
4-7-2013 by marbles87 because: (no reason given)