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Occupy Wall Street: They're Back

EducationSuperStar Wrote: Jun 03, 2013 11:32 AM
The ACLU's sole purpose in life is to get court precedent. That is why they sue all of the time. They have lawsuits coming out their ears, and they lose most. But, if they can get some idiot judge to agree with them one time, then any case or related case can be used by other judges as precedent. There is no free speech protection regarding a timeline of squatting on public property if there are other means available that do no infringe upon the health and security of other citizens. The occupy movement is the fantasy of revolution from past revolutions of the proletariat. They wished they lived in 1917 in Russia.

If you were hoping the Occupy Wall Street movement was dead, you'll have to wait a little longer. The ACLU just filed a lawsuit on behalf of occupiers on Ohio. Their complaint? Their free speech rights were infringed upon because they weren't allowed to indefinitely camp in public places. More from Jason Hart:

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Ohio has filed suit against the City of Columbus on behalf of Occupy Columbus, the socialist protesters who squatted on a sidewalk in front of the Ohio Statehouse in late 2011 and removed their frequently-vacant tent when...

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