RARE: Justice Prevails! CA Jury finds Bankster Chalk Protester NOT 'Guilty' on ALL Charges!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Mon, 07/01/2013 - 20:26
By Christina London
Monday, Jul 1, 2013
Updated 3:14 PM PDT
Protestors chalked the sidewalk outside the Hall of Justice Saturday. They feel Jeff Olson's (left corner) free speech rights were violated when he was charged with vandalism for writing protest messages in chalk outside banks.
The man accused of vandalism for drawing with chalk outside banks has been found not guilty on all charges.
A jury returned its verdict in the case against Jeff Olson Monday.
The city charged Olson with vandalism after writing anti-Wall Street messages in chalk on public sidewalks and streets in front of a bank.
Olson’s supporters staged a “Chalk-u-py” protest last Saturday. They wrote messages of support in sidewalk chalk outside the Hall of Justice.
*** Love it when my fellow citizenry actually decide to exercise common sense and justice, and morality vs. aberrant State thugs (triple redundancy, I know)!