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Tag Archives: Arrests
Yesterday Moral Monday held another protest. News and Observer reported 10 people were arrested but didn’t name who.
One would think that given the taxpayer dime is funding the officers who arrest these people, surely who they are should be known right?
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On December 10th and 13th, more protesters were arrested for their “die in” activities in Durham. Most of the charges were resisting arrest, failure to disperse and “impede traffic – sit/stand/lie”. While protesting, the familiar Occupy chant, “whose streets? our streets!” was employed.
The list of arrests from the 10th, where protesters blocked traffic at the Streets at Southpoint, includes one protester arrested for attempting to incite a riot. On the 13th, one charge was for carrying a concealed weapon.
The list, via WNCN:
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Occupy Monday’s “Civil Disobedience” is a joke on NC taxpayers. This week, a Judge dismissed trespassing charges for 5 of the occupiers. Who bears the police and court costs? The taxpayer.
When civil disobedience is a joke => https://t.co/QRsbkelbCX #ncpol
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) August 11, 2014
Apparently, law enforcement will have to tell each and every person who protests they need to disperse. Bear in mind, these protesters volunteered to be arrested.
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Occupy Monday protesters got a sweet deal:
The protestors pleaded guilty in exchange for serving 25 hours of community service. The charges will also be wiped from their records. – ABC 11, July 11 2014
Protest, get arrested, get 25 hours of community service and have your record wiped so you can do it again. Pretty sweet. The ABC story doesn’t state the exact date of the original arrests, it just says “May”. There was only one Moral Monday in May. So that begs the question are the 5 Occupy Monday arrestees who have prior records in this bunch included, given that some had priors? Continue reading
Below are the listed arrested for Occupy Monday on 6/23/14. The police bulletin had not updated the charges as of the posting of this article, however it is a good assumption the charge will be 2nd degree trespass like previous weeks.
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Actions have consequences. Reverend Mendez’s consequences for skipping his Occupy Monday arrest court date got him arrested again and released later on $1,000 bond. Mendez was arrested on the April 28th Occupy Monday. Further down in the article, Mendez claimed he didn’t know about the court date. Really? Maybe he was too busy prepping for and giving the keynote speech at the Black Workers For Justice banquet. Continue reading