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PostSubject: Make it a crime to protest at a Military Funeral   Fri May 07, 2010 7:44 pm




Make it a crime to protest at a Military Funeral
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Published by rory mullen on Apr 14, 2010
Category: Civil Rights
Region: United States of America
Target: U.S Congress
Web site: http://www.demonstrationformilitaryfunerals.webs.com
Background (Preamble):
Help us organize support for any law, amendment, or court decision that makes it illegal to protest at funerals.

One cult in particular has been protesting numerous funerals, including the funerals of fallen soldiers, for the past 20 years. This cult is called the Westboro Baptist Church.

Recently, attention has been magnified on this issue due to a certain event. The WBC, doing what they usually do, was picketing at Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder's funeral, holding signs saying despicable things, like Thank God for Dead Soldiers. LCpl. Snyder's family and friends, already grieving from the loss of someone close to them, were forced to listen to protesters screaming profanities as they tried to conduct a wake.

Lance Cpl. Snyder's father, Al Snyder, proceeded to sue the WBC for emotional distress. At first, Snyder won $5,000,000 when a Jury declared he was justified in his suit, but the WBC appealed.

The WBC won its appeal, and the court ordered Al Snyder to pay $16,000 in legal fees to the cult which dishonored the memory of his fallen son.

Any true American would realize that this is a complete outrage. All the members of this group stand together in our belief that new laws should be provided federally prohibiting any group from protesting at a funeral.

The case is pending an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court rules in favor of the WBC on the grounds of protected First Amendment speech, we will press for a 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Depending on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in this upcoming case, expect a demonstration in a City near you.

The day for the demonstration will be Memorial day 2010 so lets get this going!
****We are in need of donations please help! http://www.demonstrationformilitaryfunerals.webs.com/

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PostSubject: National Demonstration for Military Funerals - Monday, May 31,2010 at 9:00 am   Fri May 07, 2010 8:07 pm

Help us organize support for any law, amendment, or court decision that makes it illegal to protest at funerals.

Sites for The Demonstration being held on May 31 , 2010

1. Maine :Bangor (near the mall)We will get together in macys.


2. New Hampshire Manchester near mall entrance

3. Vermont Burlington Flemming Museum University of vermont

brattleboro Fort Drummer State Park near the entrance


4. Massachusetts Boston around Fanel hall


5. Connecticut Hartford Capital Community College near the entrance


6. Rhode Island Providence roger Williams park


7. New York Around West Point near the entrance

Albany near the capitol building

8. New Jersey Trenton capitol building


9. Pennsylvania Philadelphia Capital building
10. Delaware Dover capitol building


11. Maryland Baltimore next to the Leggs Mason Building
12. Virginia Virginia Beach next to beach


13. Florida Tallahassee Capitol Building

Tampa Hillsborogh State Park near it


14. Texas San Antonio near the Alamo

Dallas Fair Park

Austin Austin Community College


15. Kentucky Near Fort Campell

16. Tennessee

Memphis downtown


17. North Carolina Near Camp Lejune front entrance

Fort Bragg front entrance


18. South Carolina


19. Georgia Atlanta down town

Near Fort Benning front entrance


20. Alabama near entrance to university of alabama


21. Mississippi


22. Arkansas Little Rock capitol building


23. Louisiana New Orleans


24. Missouri St Louis And Poplar Bluff


25. Oklahoma Oklahoma City near capitol building

26. Ohio Cleavland

27. Nebraska


28. Michigan Detroit near detroit zoo

29. Indiana indiapolis

30. Wisconsin Madison


31. Illinois Chicago


32. Minnesota Twin City and Minneapolis


33. Iowa Boise
34. North Dakota


35. South Dakota


36. Kansas


37. Colorado colorado Springs and Denver


38. New Mexico Santa Fe Tempe


39. Arizona Pheonix


40. Nevada Las Vegas


41. California

Sacramento

Los Angles

Oakland

San Fransisco


42. Wyoming


43. Montana


44. Utah Salt Lake City


45. Idaho


46. Washington Seatlle


47. Oregon Portland


48. Alaskak Jenaeu

49. Hawaii Honolulu


50. West Virginia
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