Monday, April 25, 2011

Terry Jones says he'll sue over his arrest

As he Should.
A very disgusting display of extreme Dhimmitude in Dearbornistan on Friday, we no longer have the freedom to speak our minds when it comes to Islam.

Fridays ruling was not about Terry Jones Creating Violence, it was about a group of Rejects in the religion of Islam not being able to contain themselves, they were prepped and ready to riot outside the Mosque, hell they were out in force screaming at them at the court house, Amazing they were expressing their freedom of speech!

They even had the Detroit swat team on the roof of the mosque!

No this is not over yet!
Regardless of what you think of Pastor Jones, he, like the muslims in Dearbornistan have the right to say it. It would be up to the people who do not like the message to conduct themselves as civil human beings and not create the Violence.
The controversy over Florida pastor Terry Jones is unlikely to end anytime soon.

He said he plans to file a lawsuit against the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office and other government offices in connection with his arrest Friday following a jury trial that found he was likely to create a "breach of the peace" for plans to protest outside the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn.

And he still vows to conduct his protest, but it will be Friday outside Dearborn City Hall.

"We invite every American who still believes in the freedom and rights that our Constitution guarantees to come and stand with us," Jones said Sunday.

The controversial Quran-burning pastor said he is working with the Ann Arbor-based Thomas More Law Center because "we were arrested for something we had not done."

Jones' case is unique, said Richard Thompson, the center's president and chief counsel. "There are legal experts and commentators from all sides of the political spectrum who agree that what happened to Pastor Jones was a violation of the First Amendment."

Constitutional law expert Robert Sedler said he is glad Jones is challenging the "bizarre" ruling by 19th District Judge Mark Somers requiring Jones to post a "peace bond," jailing him for refusing and ordering him to stay away from the mosque for three years — all before Jones held the demonstration.

"The Supreme Court says you cannot deny a permit because of the message," said Sedler, a Wayne State University Law School professor. "The U.S. Constitution supersedes everything, which is why this is so bizarre."

At the trial, prosecutors cited an imam's remark that some see burning a Quran as worth 1,000 lives to explain why violence might erupt.

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