September 25, 2005

by Reb Yudel
What would Moses do? Homeland Security agents work to protect pork

The Raw Story | ACLU sues Homeland Security for arresting, spying on vegans who protested ham


ACLU sues Homeland Security for arresting, spying on vegans who protested ham

RAW STORY

The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a federal lawsuit in Atlanta on behalf of two vegan protesters who were subjected to imprisonment, arrest and harassment by Homeland Security officials, RAW STORY has learned.

The lawsuit stems from a Dec. 2003 incident, when vegans Caitlin Childs and Christopher Freeman were protesting on public property outside a Honey Baked Ham store in Georgia's DeKalb County.

After the protest, the duo noticed they were being watched and photographed by a man in an unmarked car. They approached the car and wrote down the make, model, color and license plate number on a piece of paper. They then noticed the unmarked car was following them.


So Bush's goons defend the pig farmers... and then they wonder why God is pissed!

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