I want to go to Zimbabwe. Bad.
Seven Moral Monday protesters arrested at the state legislature in June were found not guilty on charges of second-degree trespassing, failure to disperse, and violating Legislative Building rules Wednesday morning.
John McWilliam, an attorney representing demonstrators arrested at a “Witness Wednesday” protest, argued in court that the property owner is a key factor in considering trespassing charges.
“In this case, Judge, you have to be told this is the property of another,” McWilliam said. “This is not the property of another. This is the very property of the very people who were on the property that day.”
A lawyer from the office of N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper blocked McWilliam’s attempt to subpoena House Speaker and U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis and Senate President Phil Berger to ask questions about the enforcement of Legislative Building rules…
(Source: carolinamercury, via unbylined)
Putin to Ukraine: “Crimea river and get over it”
do you ever think about how fucked you’d be in medieval times with your weak eyesight, asthma and homosexual tendencies
hell no I’d be a beautiful peasant