Supreme Court Denies Protester's Appeal

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January 17,2006 | WASHINGTON _ -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal from an anti-war protester who was convicted of violating the boundaries of a "restricted area" established during President Bush's visit to South Carolina in 2002...

A Secret Service agent told Bursey he could protest in a designated demonstration area a half-mile away. When he refused to leave the restricted area, he was arrested.

The case is Bursey v. United States, 05-767.


Of course they refused to hear it -- they don't work for us anymore, they work for the Emperor, or, in the words of Big Tony Scalia and Clarence "Uncle" Thomas: "Izzat ok, boss?"


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