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- False equivocation, they are two difference scenarios. We're not talking about a large group of people, just one. If one person kicks down a small sign, getting police to come in and forcibly remove them is overkill. Especially if they give up and start walking away.Jul 27, 2014
Dude pushing people, yelling and violently destroying or attempting to destroy property, whether related to the protest or not, is definitely threatening in the legal sense of the term. Pushing people in and of itself is legally threatening if not assault. Destroying property, or attempting to, is legally threatening. Yelling is a step towards threatening but not quite there yet. The combination of all three is more than enough to arrest this lady. Charges likely wouldn't follow (they could), but an officer would easily be completely justified (rightly so) deeming her as threatening to society and arrest would follow.Jul 28, 2014
You cant just walk into a store with a friend, get into an argument with him/her and start grabbing things off of the shelf and throwing them around while yelling. Obviously violent behavior. You're wrong, get over it.Jul 28, 2014
Not only that but according to the law (and rightfully so) you have no claim to privacy while in a public area. You can film whoever you want and consent is assumed by simply being in a public area. Anyone who blurs peoples faces out is doing it out of request or respect.
This is why people cannot have sex in public, basically. Again you're wrong and very obviously anti-free speechJul 28, 2014
Also you seem deficient in recognizing what a false equivocation is. Just because you don't accept it or don't want to doesn't make the equivocation false.Jul 28, 2014
- She wouldn't be able to sue. You can record people and post their image online as long as they're in public. The problem lies with making money off of people. If someone doesn't consent to being recorded, that doesn't matter as long as the person recording it doesn't make a profit off of it. People in public shouldn't expect privacy.Oct 9, 2014