Cleveland Women Arrested And Charged With Two Felonies...
Related To Putting Up Anti-Bush Posters.
Carol Fisher, 50, was brutalized by Cleveland Heights Police, charged with two felonies and handcuffed to a hospital bed after trying to put up a "Bush Step Down" poster on a telephone pole. Even when she agreed to take the posters down, officers felt it was better to manhandle her in an act of outright police abuse and brutality.
1 Apr 2006
By Greg Szymanski
Carol Fisher left her Cleveland home early one morning to put up some anti-Bush posters on a busy downtown street. She never returned, being jailed after a run-in with police.
Instead of being allowed to peacefully express views, Fisher claims she was brutalized by Cleveland Heights police, charged with two counts of felony assault and held incommunicado under police custody in the hospital
The incident occurred Jan. 28 and the case is set for pre-trial hearing Monday on the 21st floor of the Justice Center in Cleveland Heights at 9 a.m..
I guess "they" want to do the thinking for us...
I'd love to hear the Cops side to this one.:rocker:
99.9% of the time, do what the Cop tells you to do and you will be able to just walk away. If you ever hung around on the streets you learned that at a very early age.
We have many freedoms in America but we don't have the freedom to do anything we want to do, we have laws to obey for the good of society.
Liberals make up their own laws.
In the absence of law and order society will surely destroy itself.
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