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Adam Kokesh: the King of Civil Disobedience Updates

Debate with anti gunner leads to arrest at White House

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Published on May 7, 2017

Adam was arrested on a bogus warrant and did a week in jail as a result of this. He was held for Maryland to pick him up from jail in DC and they never did. This is not some big conspiracy, just another case of petty harassment of activists that is a feature of modern America, where everything I want to do is illegal. ūüėČ

Activist Adam Kokesh Speaks Out Following White House Arrest

YouTube ~ News2Share

Published on Apr 17, 2017
Adam Kokesh speaks exclusively to News2Share following his release from D.C. Central booking, where he was held from his April 10th arrest to the 15th.

Baltimore TSA & Airport Police assault journalist for filming at checkpoint

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Published on Jun 16, 2014

Adam gets assaulted by Baltimore Airport Police and TSA agents for exercising his right to film government agents in public. Police threaten him with arrest for refusing to show ID and provide his birth date. Hilarity ensues, but does he get arrested or make his flight?
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Feds shut down Silk Road 2.0, arrest San Francisco man

USA Today Donna Leinwand Leger, USA TODAY4:04 p.m. EST November 6, 2014

Federal agents arrested a San Francisco man they say resurrected and operated the dark Web online drug bazaar “Silk Road” that generated $8 million in monthly sales and attracted 150,000 vendors and customers. . . . Read Complete Report

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The Hidden Internet – Exploring The Deep Web

Published on Nov 17, 2012

Let’s take a journey into what experts are calling “The Deep Web”. In this episode, I will show you what that term means, and how to get there, and I give a bit of a description of what you might find.

Worldwide Arrest Warrants Officially Out For Bush & Obama! (Video Report)

Featured Image: Building of the International Criminal Tribunal Building in Scheveningen, The Hague. CREDIT: Julian Nitzsche SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public Domain).

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Published on Jul 4, 2013

Go ahead Mr.President, travel around the world for a bit. Lots of people are waiting for you.

Chicago OKs Pot Tickets instead of Arrest

I’ve always said that marijuana will be decriminalized when the politicos figure out how to get their cut of the money in the pot. (pun intended). . . . EDITOR

from Cannabis News

Posted by CN Staff on June 28, 2012 at 09:52:07 PT
By Kristen Mack, Tribune Reporters 
Source: Chicago Tribune 

Chicago — The Chicago City Council voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to decriminalize marijuana possession, joining a wave of states and big cities that have opted for fines instead of arrests for small amounts of the drug.

Starting Aug. 4, police can issue tickets of $250 to $500 for someone caught with 15 grams or less of pot ‚ÄĒ the equivalent of about 25 cigarette-sized joints. Given that more than 18,000 people are arrested for pot possession in Chicago each year, the new law could generate millions of dollars for the city.

The push for pot tickets marks the latest in an increasingly long line of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s maneuvers to find new sources of money that largely rely on penalizing people who run afoul of the law. The mayor counted on bad behavior to balance his first budget, anticipating that the city would raise $26 million in increased fines for such offenses as failing to cut high weeds, not feeding parking meters and driving with a suspended license.

This fall, cameras are expected to begin clocking motorists who speed on Chicago streets, resulting in tickets of up to $100 and tens of millions of dollars for the city. Emanuel framed that controversial plan as a way to leverage technology to better protect children near schools and parks.

Like the speed-camera plan, Emanuel insisted Wednesday that the marijuana fines aren’t about the money.

“It’s not about revenue, it’s about what (police officers) were doing with their time,” the mayor said. “The only revenue I’m interested in, I don’t want to be paying for these officers time and a half to sit in a courtroom for four hours on something that 80 to 90 percent of the time will be thrown out and everybody, both the residents and police officers and judges, already knows the outcome.” . . . Read Complete Report