drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

Could This Be The Next RICO stand?

One has got to respect that the law was upgraded in 2002 to stop animal rights terrorists. I mean this is cooler than what ever
The defendants were not accused of directly making threats or carrying out vandalism. Instead, they were charged with inciting the harassment with their Internet postings.

SHAC, based in Philadelphia, and six of its members were charged with animal enterprise terrorism, stalking and other offenses. The charges carry two to five years in prison and fines up to $250,000.

[ cf UsaToday ]
Now gosh, I wonder where exactly the Pro-Lifers who got the green light from the US Supreme's are going to stand on this point....

I wonder if they would want to be prosecuted for holding positions that, gosh,
using their website to incite threats, harassment and vandalism
not to mention bombing, assasinations, and the rest of the fun stuff that dear old HanoiAnnie likes to joke about.

Or are they going to be emotionally traumatized that these people were not frog marched out of the court and turned over to military custody as illegal combatants....


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