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Five Pro-Democracy Activists Sentenced for Disrupting the U.S. Supreme Court


Five Pro-Democracy Activists Sentenced for Disrupting the U.S. Supreme Court

David Schwenk

In April of 2015, five pro-democracy activists stood up in the U.S. Supreme Court to denounce the justices for allowing unlimited sums of money to corrupt our politics. This action occurred on the one-year anniversary of the McCutcheon v. FEC ruling, in which the court ruled that the overall federal limit on individual campaign contributions violated the First Amendment.


There is nothing ‘Supreme’ about a court that doesn’t defend a citizen’s right to free speech.


Blox populi


Fascist state. I’m embarrassed to live in AL where the McCutcheon fiasco originated


“…the Government has already succeeded in scaring people from exercising their Constitutional Rights all across the Country.”

They hate us for our Freedoms.


Before long there might not be anymore such trials. People will just disappear.


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Note the dates of the prosecution.

This was the Obama adminsitration- same administration that let thousands of bankster and fraudstrers (not to mention torturers and war criminals) off scot free.


I wonder if the Committee for Constitutional Rights is doing anything to protest or at least protect the rights of these men whose crime was to defend said US Constitution.Specifically their right to free speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of self expression.