Gates Arrest Could Happen in Eugene

Gates Arrest Could Happen in Eugene

There are 5 comments on the Eugene Weekly story from Aug 2, 2009, titled Gates Arrest Could Happen in Eugene. In it, Eugene Weekly reports that:

SENECA AIR POLLUTION HEARING Lane Regional Air Protection Agency is holding a public hearing on the controversial proposed Seneca biomass plant on Thursday, July 30.

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Earthling has no brain

Lithia, FL

#1 Aug 2, 2009
“Saying something the officer doesn’t like” isn’t a crime, the judge said in the article. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives people a right to verbally protest arrests, many legal experts agree. In 1987, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that “the First Amendment protects a significant amount of verbal criticism and challenge directed at police officers.”

Also: "While some see biomass cogeneration as the new clean energy, others say a wood burning plant within city limits is not only polluting to the air Eugeneans breathe but could have other, unforeseen, repercussions on the environment." Please read the article for more.

Muro De Alcoy, Spain

#2 Aug 2, 2009
Earthling has no brain wrote:
Please read the article for more.
Hiya truthist, did you forget to change your name back before posting that garbage?
Earthling has no brain

Dallas, TX

#3 Aug 2, 2009
Earthling wrote:
<quoted text>Hiya truthist, did you forget to change your name back before posting that garbage?
Earthling still has no brain.

“I Luv Carbon Dioxide”

Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#4 Aug 2, 2009
When the American hero, Rosa Parks, was told by the bus driver, if you don't get up and give your seat to a white passenger, I'll call the police, Rosa said, "You may do that." Once upon a time, civil disobedience was civil. Now we live in the age of terrorism, I go through security check-points every day and I always try to greet gate guards with a smile, use the name on their ID card and comply with all instructions. Being a police officer is a dangerous profession and we owe them our respect, for keeping us safe.

I tell my children to comply with police instructions. If they are asked for identification, it's their duty to do so willingly, fully and helpfully. Here in Germany, the Polezei don't take guff, nor should they.

Muro De Alcoy, Spain

#6 Aug 2, 2009
Earthling has no brain wrote:
Is that why you post in USA forums? Poor fellow ;(
This not a forum solely for the US of A, but I wouldn't expect you to understand simple facts like that.

I really hope you don't represent the normal standard of intelligence that exists there.

Have you ever sought mental health advice for your problem?
If not, I suggest you do, very soon!

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