A California man is facing a possible thirteen years behind bars for the shocking ‘crime’ of scribbling anti-big banking messages on the sidewalk outside three separate branches of Bank of America in water soluble chalk. What is even more frightening about 40 year old Jeff Olsen’s preposterous case though, is that the presiding judge has haughtily prohibited his attorney from mentioning free speech during the trial.
Judge Howard Shore, who presumably swore an oath of office “to support and defend the Constitution of the United States” ludicrously ‘barred’ Tom Tosdal from mentioning “the First Amendment, free speech, public forum, expressive conduct, or political speech during the trial”, leaving him with very little room for defensive manoeuvre, as was undoubtedly the plan.
In addition to possibly spending over a decade in jail for playing with chalk, Olsen, a former US Senate employee, is also to be held liable for $13,000 worth of fines for his apparent act of ‘vandalism’, which includes covering the $6000 it supposedly cost one wasteful branch to clean up the nonpermanent chalk dust.
This unconstitutional case really has nothing whatsoever to do with ‘vandalism’ (which implies intended destruction or damage to property – of which there was non) or “administering justice” but it is about silencing the critics of the illuminati controlled big banking cartels and it illustrates perfectly how the judiciary and the state as a whole ultimately answer to them.
If the people were openly allowed to exercise their First Amendment rights and effectively speak out against the immoral misconduct of the publicly bailed out private banks then the mass dependence on them may dwindle and the whole house of cards could come tumbling down and of course they can’t be having that! So lock him up, throw away they key and make an example of him to deter any other would-be detractors of the big banking scam!