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Protesters slapped with felony charges, including terrorism, in multiple states

Protesters slapped with felony charges, including terrorism, in multiple states

Prosecutors in many states have charged demonstrators with committing felonies, including terrorism charges following widespread protests against police brutality and racism. Data from the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law reveals that the trend of criminalizing protests has seen an uptick since 2016, with 14 states enacting laws to restrict the right to peaceful assembly.

Sandra
Sandra
Suzi
Suzi 3 months

Protesting does not grant immunity to the law. Also, the government is allowed to place reasonable restrictions on the right to protest.

Coach Steve
Coach Steve 3 months

While you cheer this on, the United States is becoming a police state. Very very sad and troubling that you are unable to see it. All I can saybia pretend it was done against 2nd amend right activist or pro lifers. Wouod you feel the same.

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