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New bill criminalizes agricultural whistle-blowing, labels it "terrorism"

State lawmakers took aim at what one representative calls “animal-rights terrorists” who shoot videos or photos on farmers’ property without permission to create propaganda to destroy the agriculture industry…

Similar laws are being drafted in Iowa, Florida, and Minnesota, and the Utah bill has already passed in the Utah House.

So, riddle me this: if the attorney general of the United States says that the President can kill suspected terrorists without judicial oversight, does that mean that he can now kill Animal Rights activists as well? 

Allowing Holder (at Obama’s request) to remove the protections of due process has transformed any action that the government disapproves of into a legal shield where you can be killed without review. There is no trial, no appeal, no evidence presented, no defense. How long will we let this go on?

Filed under Abuse of Authority due process rule of law obama animal rights

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  4. transfixussednonmortuus answered: While I agree that this is wrong, I don’t think that Obama is solely to blame. He has his masters too & we should be angry with them too.
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  10. silas216 answered: That’s not right. We should start getting serious about this kind of OMG THE GAME IS ON KEEP IT DOWN WITH THAT HIPPIE STUFF
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  13. wateringgoodseeds answered: Agricultural corporations are people, my friend!
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