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Arrested: Pro-lifer David Benham unlawfully arrested

Lots of arrests of pro-lifers during COVID-19 pandemic. David Benham:More
Lots of arrests of pro-lifers during COVID-19 pandemic.
David Benham:
Ultraviolet
"Emergencies" allow the police a much wider latitude in interpreting the law. Disobeying them, regardless of legality behind it, always results in an arrest. Good luck convincing a judge the arrest was unwarranted. Judges are increasingly extensions of the state's policies, not arbiters of law.. They understand throwing out an arrest would be a 'bad precedent' to set and will jeapordize their …More
"Emergencies" allow the police a much wider latitude in interpreting the law. Disobeying them, regardless of legality behind it, always results in an arrest. Good luck convincing a judge the arrest was unwarranted. Judges are increasingly extensions of the state's policies, not arbiters of law.. They understand throwing out an arrest would be a 'bad precedent' to set and will jeapordize their own career advancement.

Historically, most unlawful arrest charges get overturned by juries during trials for much more serious charges. Or, when the "jury" takes the form of widespread public outrage at some truly horrible excess by the police. Even then, it's common to see verdicts with a conviction for one or two minor literally inconsequential charges (e.g. "disorderly conduct") simply to justify the arrest.

We've all been living in a police state for a very long time now, this "emergency" is finally making that clear.
mattsixteen24
CDC: 80,000 people died of flu last winter in the U.S.

Coronahype deaths so far: about 8,000