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Risking arrest isn’t the only obstacle for Northern California protesters — under a new rule about to go into effect, political demonstrators could lose their right to ride public transportation.
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If they tried to use this 'law' to prevent protestors from getting around - it would be declared unconstitutional - but who knows with our radical US supreme court...?
The BART transit police are some of the most provincial, self-serving, and out-of-control "public servants" in the state. Beware.
Once upon a time America USED to be the land of freedom, ...
“It can be applied to protestors who have been arrested during free-speech movements.” Ironic
Next you'll be banned from protesting anywhere... for the public good, of course.
If there's no name on it, I guess Anonymous wrote it. :P
Welcome to the United Police States of America!!!
Who wrote this? Why is there no name on it?
and prohibit you from suggesting they pull their heads outta their arses...
Oh well, they'll just have to take the car next time.
Oppression of news bearing persons is a social crime.News sometimes must be intrusive to be heard.
So...the police wont be travelling anymore?
The Constitution says: "The right of the people to peaceably assemble". Emphasis on "peaceably" ;!
Misleading article! This law only applies to those convicted 3 times of assaulting a station agent.
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