REMOVED from a public hearing????
Posted in the Carver Forum
#1 Aug 23, 2010
The Mass. Body of Liberties of 1641, which still stands today, makes it unlawful for a public servant to remove anyone from a public meeting, UNLESS the other attending citizens find the behavior of that person disruptive.
ANYONE has the right to freely address a public assembly in Massachusetts.
Police do NOT have the power to remove anyone from a public meeting unless the other attendees request the removal by a vote.
This prohibits public servants from abusing their mere delegated authority!
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