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Sunday, September 26, 2004

Animal Farm: Some can be interfered with, but not all

There's a double standard. Crimes to obstruct justice, but why not a crime to violate the constitution?

Officers like to whine, "you're obstructing justice."

Yet, why isn't the officer committing a crime when they engage in conduct to "obstruct the public enjoyment of rights."

Civil rights shouldn't be simply a civil matter.

If the public is subject to criminal sanctions for "getting in the way," then so too should officers be subjected to the same criminal sanctions for getting in the public's way.

If its a crime to get in the way of one, it should be a crime to get in the way of all.