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Tuesday, June 02, 2015


Linda Acosta, JD

Here in Seattle we have the same thing: protestors/civil disobedience re Shell Oil rigs being charged with CRIMES for relatively innocuous protest activities. I'm appalled. Ditto for animal rights activists protesting a new giant underground animal testing facility at the public University of Washington. I'm interested in seeing an article addressing the issue. I'd like to see proposals that enable protestors to fight back in a meaningful way, as these are clearly stifling discussion and free speech.

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