Thursday, June 19, 2014

ACLU Gets It Right

Officer demands to confiscate a guys' guns for an alleged 'disturbing the peace' complaint then arrests him.  Guy puts video up on Youtube and officer got a court order to have it taken down.

Officer gets his @ss handed to him.

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO—Police Officer Jerry Bledsoe sent a written apology to Second Amendment advocate Jordan Klaffer, and agreed to pay damages,  court costs and attorneys’ fees. The Village of Kelso, where Bledsoe works, also assured Klaffer in writing that they will instruct police officers to not seek court orders to censor individuals who are critical of police officers’ actions. In response, today Klaffer and the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri asked the United States District Court to dismiss the First Amendment lawsuit filed in February on Klaffer’s behalf.

I wonder what happened w/ the arrest.  Bet the charges were dropped.

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Anonymous said...

Police Officer Jerry Bledsoe ... agreed to pay damages, court costs and attorneys’ fees.

His personal pocketbook took the hit. Good!

Anonymous said...

What about the judge who issued the take down order??