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Feb 27, 2013 Misinterpretations commented on Grand Jury Refusers Katherine Olejnik and Matthew Duran Are Free.
@7/@12 you should re-read the constitution. The gov't is not supposed to be allowed to "compel" testimony that is either protected by the first amendment (beliefs/speech) NOR self incrimination. You are thinking of a fascist country, not a democratic republic. Call me naive for believing otherwise, but I was still hoping we avoid the plutocratic fascist police state you so lazily admire.

No. I am not an anarchist. But people like you are blind, creepy consumers of the corporate police state. You could at least get your facts and law straight. But that would require not being blind and hungry at the trough of your privileges over other people's rights.
Feb 27, 2013 Misinterpretations joined My Stranger Face
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Feb 27, 2013 Misinterpretations commented on Grand Jury Refusers Katherine Olejnik and Matthew Duran Are Free.
@7/@12 you should re-read the constitution. The gov't is not supposed to be allowed to "compel" testimony that is either protected by the first amendment (beliefs/speech) NOR self incrimination. You are thinking of a fascist country, not a democratic republic. Call my naive for believing otherwise, but I was still hoping we avoid the plutocratic fascist police state you so lazily admire.
 
 

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