Posts Tagged ‘Chicago’

Obama’s ZOG raids lefty “terrorist” international socialist peace-niks

September 25, 2010

Freedom of speech and of travel? What’s that?

Notice how sympathetic the press is to communist/international [codeword for jewish] socialists, their friends and relatives.

Grand juries – I think those are governmental rubber stamp committees to make a crime when there is no crime.

“…The federal search warrants in Minneapolis were related to an ongoing Joint Terrorism Task Force, [FBI agent Steve] Warfield said. He offered no details.

Protest leaders said the raids surprised them. Mick Kelly, whose home was searched, played a central role in the 2008 demonstrations at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul. Asked if he was involved in illegal activities, he replied, “Absolutely not.”


Ted Dooley, Kelly’s attorney, called the raids “a probe into the political beliefs of American citizens and any organization anywhere that opposes the American imperial design.” He said the warrants cited a federal law making it a violation to provide or conspire to provide material support to designated foreign terrorist organizations.

The warrant for the raid on Kelly’s apartment, in the 1800 block of Riverside Avenue, sought notebooks, address books, photos and maps of Kelly’s travels to the Palestinian territories [IT'S THE ZIONISTS], Colombia and in the United States on behalf of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization. It also sought materials on his personal finances and those of the group, on Kelly’s “potential co-conspirators” and recruitment efforts for the group.

The warrant also sought any information about efforts to support FARC, a guerrilla organization in Colombia, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, [IT'S THE ZIONISTS]and Hezbollah, [IT'S THE ZIONISTS] the political and paramilitary organization based in Lebanon.

Other homes raided were those of Jessica Sundin, a leader of a large antiwar march on the GOP convention’s opening day, and Meredith Aby, a frequent protest spokeswoman.

The FBI also raided the homes of two other Minneapolis activists and the Minneapolis office of the Anti-War Committee, which has sponsored many protests in the Twin Cities in the past decade, including at the GOP [WAR PARTY] convention.

Subpoenas were issued to the activists to appear before a federal grand jury next month in [THE NOTORIOUSLY CORRUPT COURTS OF] Chicago. Raids also were conducted on two homes in Chicago, and grand jury subpoenas were issued in Michigan and North Carolina.

Searches seek travel data

Kelly said he hasn’t traveled to Colombia or the Palestinian territories [IT'S THE ZIONISTS] although he’s been to Lebanon. “To me, this is harassment of antiwar activists and leaders who have spoken against U.S. intervention in Latin America and the Middle East.” [IT'S THE ZIONISTS]

The FBI also raided Sundin’s apartment in the 2900 block of Park Avenue; Aby’s home in the 3000 block of 14th Avenue S.; the apartment of Anh Pham in the 3400 block of Blaisdell Avenue, and the apartment of Tracy Molm in the 1700 block of 2nd Avenue S. Molm is an activist in Students for a Democratic Society; Pham is an antiwar activist.


Steff Yorek, an antiwar spokeswoman, said the Anti-War Committee offices at 1313 5th St. SE. also were raided.

Molm said she woke up to “federal agents pounding on the door. I was told to be seated on my couch and I had no rights to walk around the apartment and I was under an investigation for my connections with groups in other countries, particularly Palestine.” [IT'S THE ZIONISTS]

She said she went to the Palestinian territories [IT'S THE ZIONISTS] in 2004 with an international [CODEWORD FOR JEWISH] solidarity delegation. She said she saw houses demolished without notice and people jailed without evidence. “I don’t believe I’ve done anything illegal.”

Sundin said, “They’re targeting us because we’ve supported struggles for justice in other countries, and we oppose the U.S. [ZIONIST OCCUPIED] government’s military involvement in places like Colombia.” She said she has traveled to Colombia, but has done nothing illegal.


Aby said the warrant she received also focused on the Anti-War Committee, how money was raised and how recruiting worked. She said she believed the raids were designed to intimidate the committee but “will be unsuccessful.”

Attorney Bruce Nestor, who frequently represents the activists, said the FBI seemed to focus on allegations of support for foreign organizations designated as terrorist by executive order of the [FIRST RAINBOW MARXIST] president.

“There is no process whereby you can contest the designation,” he said. “Ever since these [DISASTROUS] laws were passed in 1996, there is a concern that they reach so broadly as to certainly chill or intimidate [OR STOP] people in speaking out on [ZIONIST OCCUPIED GOVERNMENT] foreign policy or support for groups that oppose U.S. [ZIONIST OCCUPIED GOVERNMENT] foreign policy.”

Stephanie Weiner, a peace activist in Chicago, said about 20 FBI agents raided her house and took documents and photos, including one of [COMMIE IDOL] Martin Luther King Jr. and [BLACK POWER ACTIVIST] Malcolm X. [I'M CONFUSED -americafarm] “This is an injustice,” she said.

In Chicago, the FBI raided a condo of Hatem Abudayyeh, director of the Arab American Action Network [IT'S THE ZIONISTS!], said Tom Burke of the National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera, a Colombian revolutionary imprisoned in Colorado. Burke, who was given a subpoena, said he is a member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization, as are some other raid subjects.

Burke said the group “advocates for [INTERNATIONAL - CODE WORD FOR JEWISH] socialism in the U.S.” and opposes U.S. military intervention abroad. “Chicago and Minneapolis are two of the places we are bigger,” he said.


On Friday night, more than 100 people gathered at Walker Communist United Methodist Church in Minneapolis to sign statements of communist solidarity with those communists whose homes were raided and to make plans for a communist protest at 4:30 p.m. Monday at FBI Rainbow Marxist headquarters in Minneapolis.

“We refuse to let the accusations of a notoriously untruthful, repressive [ZIONIST OCCUPIED] government divide us in any way,” the statement said. “Our struggle will continue.” “

Staff writer Anthony Lonetree contributed to this report. • 612-673-7382 • 612-673-4921

Appellate Court overturns Judge Adelman’s dismissal of charge

June 30, 2010

Court document – “Although First Amendment speech protections are far-reaching, there are limits… …So, whether or not the First Amendment protects White’s right to post personal information about Juror A first turns on his intent in posting that information. If White’s intent in posting Juror A’s personal information was to request that one of his readers harm Juror A, then the crime of solicitation would be complete. No act needed to follow, and no harm needed to befall Juror A. If, on the other hand, White’s intent was to make a political point about sexual orientation or to facilitate opportunities for other people to make such views known to Juror A, then he would not be guilty of solicitation because he did not have the requisite intent required for the crime. White argues that NAACP v. Claiborne Hardware Co., 458 U.S. 886 (1982), stands for the proposition that the only permissible view of his posting is to see it as a constitutionally protected expression and subject to the Brandenburg test. In Claiborne, black citizens of Claiborne County, Mississippi, sent a letter to white merchants with a list of particularized demands for racial equality and integration. After receiving an unsatisfactory response, they began a boycott that lasted years. Several of the white merchants sued members of the boycott to recover losses and enjoin further boycott activity, and won. The Mississippi Supreme Court upheld liability as to 92 participants by finding that members had agreed to use force, violence and threats to ensure compliance with the boycott, but the Supreme Court reversed, holding that an individual could not be held liable for his mere association with an organization whose members engage in illegal acts. Id. at 920. Claiborne primarily focused on the constitutionality of group-based liability, but it also concluded that Charles Evers, the field secretary of the NAACP and chief proponent of the boycott at the time, could not be held liable based on his “emotionally charged rhetoric.” Id. at 928. In speeches given before and during the boycott, Evers stated that there would be “discipline” coming to those who did not participate in the boycott, and that any “uncle toms” would “have their necks broken.” Id. at 900 n.28. …White’s argument boils down to this: his posting was not a solicitation and because it is not a solicitation, it is speech deserving of First Amendment protection. The government sees the posting in the opposite light: the posting and website constitute a solicitation and as such, fall outside the parameters of First Amendment protection…”

From the SPLC blog, July 23, 2009 [Bill White] had been scheduled for trial in Chicago next month, but U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman this week dismissed the indictment charging White with soliciting harm against the juror… “The posting of personal information about an individual involved in a judicial proceeding, even under circumstances that are intimidating or unsettling, cannot, absent a true threat or an incitement to imminent lawless action, be criminalized consistent with the First Amendment,” wrote Adelman in the 35-page decision.