Mike, a 17 year old Junior at West High School in Manchester, NH, recently discovered CopBlock.org. Yesterday, while coming into the high school cafeteria, Mike noticed his friend was being questioned by the school police officer – Det. Murphy – and decides to film. He caught the use of excessive force.Read more »
"It is my constitutional right to be here without prior approval," Chase said to the officer at one point.
"Your constitutional rights have nothing to do with the law," the officer said.
"If you don't have a permit, you're trespassing," the officer said. He ignored Ocean City's laws before he ever filed his lawsuit, selling his paintings along the boardwalk before the ban.
"Mark is very adamant about his rights," said his mother, Deborah Chase.Read more »
Mose Yoder was told he owed $158 in fines and court costs for refusing to display a bright orange-red safety triangle on the back of his horse-drawn buggy. Judge Deborah Hawkins Crooks sentenced nine Amish men to between three and 10 days in jail, beginning late Monday night, for their refusal to pay the fines on religious grounds.Read more »
A brazen driver shocked police by lighting up a joint at a traffic checkpoint in Yarmouth,N.S.
RCMP were conducting a routine vehicle inspection last Wednesday afternoon when the smell of cannabis caught their attention.
Another home owner facing jail time for gardening. This time for vegetables. This is semi-local news for me and as a gardener I'm taking it upon myself to organize resistance.Read more »
A health food store in PEI Canada is getting leaned on for selling non government approved eggs. This is part of a campaign to put small producers out of business. Last year a B&B was leaned on for serving non-graded eggs to customers. And shortly before that there was a move afoot to change the size of flocks that would fall under health regulations, from 300 to 50.
The health food store proprietors have chosen disobedience by selling the cartons and giving the eggs away for free. It takes guts to do something like this in a region where government spends 62% of gdp.Read more »
Campsites numbers 15 and 16 were mowed and are situated across a dirt roadway from each other. Tracks from a truck and a passenger car were still visible in the sand at one of the sites Saturday.
DNR officials said they aren't sure whether someone just really wanted to camp at the campground or if whoever re-opened the campground was attempting to make a statement about the DNR's plan announced in April to close 23 more of the rustic state forest campgrounds.
Either way, DNR law enforcement officers want to talk to the perpetrator.Read more »
President Obama’s April 21 fundraiser in San Francisco was temporarily disrupted by a group of attendees who sang a song calling for the release of Bradley Manning.Read more »
video shot from a balcony shows 4 police vehicles responding to a scene of their own creation. The only victims were those of the police. One cyclist cited for riding a bike on a sidewalk, One arrested for reasons unclear.Read more »
Wisconsin's peaceful protest against Senate anit-Union Bill thousands turn out, yet Bill looks like it will passRead more »
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