These are not arrests of the people that protest.
These are not arrest made by police across the country. This is simple to understand, that is really going on. All one has to do is read the constitutions on what is required for a lawful arrest, and their right to protest. This is a direct attack up on the people's liberty by a armed forces. It is not we the people who are the criminals. No one has to consent to these criminal acts.
Think you will find similar laws in you state.
THE MICHIGAN PENAL CODE
KIDNAPPING Act 328 of 1931
750.349 Kidnapping; "restrain" defined; violation as felony;
penalty; other violation arising from same transaction.
(2) As used in this section, "restrain" means to restrict a
person's movements or to confine the person so as to interfere with that
person's liberty without that person's consent or without legal authority. The
restraint does not have to exist for any particular length of time and may be
related or incidental to the commission of other criminal acts.
(3) A person who commits the crime of kidnapping is guilty of a felony
punishable by imprisonment for life or any term of years or a fine of not more
than $50,000.00, or both.
(4) This section does not prohibit the person from being charged with,
convicted of, or sentenced for any other violation of law arising from the same
transaction as the violation of this section. to furnish meaningful protection
from unfounded interference with liberty." Ibid.
THE MICHIGAN PENAL
Torture Act 328 of 1931
750.85 Torture; felony; penalty; definitions; element of
crime; other laws.
(b) "Custody or
physical control" means the forcible restriction of a person's movements
or forcible confinement of the person so as to interfere with that person's
liberty, without that person's consent or without lawful authority.
3) Proof that a victim suffered pain is not an element of the crime under
(4) A conviction or sentence under this section does
not preclude a conviction or sentence for a violation of any other law of this
state arising from the same transaction
Breaking News and Commentary
from Citizens for Legitimate Government
17 Oct 2011
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Hundreds arrested at 'Occupy'
events in Chicago, Denver, Arizona, as movement spreads across
U.S. 16 Oct 1011 Hundreds of
demonstrators were arrested in Chicago and other cities on Saturday night and
Sunday morning, as the anti-corporate fury from the Occupy Wall Street protests
in New York continue to spread across the country. Shortly after 1 a.m. in
Chicago, police arrested some 175 protesters who had set up a makeshift tent
city and formed a human chain in Congress Plaza by Grant Park, according to a
in the Chicago Tribune.
175 Chicago protesters arrested
after being told to leave Grant Park
16 Oct 2011 Chicago police arrested about 175 Occupy Chicago protestors in
Congress Plaza just after 1 a.m. Sunday, about 90 minutes after police issued
their first warning that the group was violating municipal code. Police
completed the last arrests and cleared the plaza of protesters at 3:30 am, more
than two hours after arrests began. The protesters will likely be cited with
municipal violations and face fines, police said.
NY police arrest dozens of
protesters 16 Oct 2011 At least 74
people have been arrested in New York City as police on horseback clashed with
protesters in Times Square during a global day of demonstrations against
corporate greed. Police loaded at least 45 "Occupy Wall Street" protesters who'd
been detained at the square onto waiting vans. Thousands of demonstrators who'd
mixed with tourists had poured into the major commercial intersection, amid a
heavy security presence.
Thousands of protesters fill NYC's Times
Square 15 Oct 2011 Thousands of
demonstrators protesting corporate greed filled Times Square on Saturday night,
mixing with gawkers, Broadway showgoers, tourists and police to create a chaotic
scene in the midst of Manhattan. "Banks got bailed out, we got sold out!"
protesters chanted from within police barricades. Police, some in riot gear and
mounted on horses, tried to push them out of the square and onto the sidewalks
in an attempt to funnel the crowds away.
Arrests made after Phoenix
'Occupy' protests 16 Oct 2011 About
50 Occupy Phoenix protesters descended on the Fourth Avenue Jail in Phoenix to
support the 45 demonstrators arrested early Sunday. "Bankers get a bailout and
we get jail," they chanted before marching back to Cesar Chavez Plaza on Sunday
afternoon. Later that evening, about 150 demonstrators crowded the sidewalks at
the plaza under the watch of police officers. Three demonstrators were arrested
when they refused to get off the street after the plaza's closing
Cornel West one of 19 arrested at
Supreme Court 16 Oct 2011 Liberal
professor Cornel West was one of 19 people arrested on the steps of the U.S.
Supreme Court in Washington on Sunday, according to the Associated Press, as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
West, a former Harvard University professor now teaching at Princeton
University, took part Sunday in the dedication of the monument to the Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr. He then, according to media reports, moved on to a
protest at the home of the high court. A well-known commentator on civil rights
issues, West recently got into a TV spat with presidential candidate Herman
Cain, telling Cain to "get off the symbolic crack pipe." [Yes, and the
real one, too.]
Cindy Sheehan arrested at Wall
Street protest in Sacramento 16 Oct
2011 Anti-war mother Cindy Sheehan was arrested along with 18 other
demonstrators at Cesar Chavez Park in Sacramento early Sunday, police said.
Sheehan, 53, was booked into Sacramento County Jail at 3:15 a.m. for unlawful
assembly in the park and failing to follow police orders to disburse, police
said. Occupy Sacramento reported there have been 58 arrests at the park at Ninth
and I streets across from City Hall since the nationwide protests began Oct.
L.A. City Council Votes to Support
Occupy LA 12 Oct 2011 Occupy LA has
gained the official support of the Los Angeles City Council after it unanimously
approved a resolution Wednesday afternoon. It now heads to Mayor Antonio
Villaraigosa for his approval or veto... A handful of local banking leaders
spoke up, reminding the council that they invest in the community, but the crowd
was overwhelmingly in support of the nascent national movement that seeks to
bring attention to and solve a number of issues surrounding jobs, banks and
Lord give us strength. Jerry James Stanton