Free Adam Kokesh

Discussion in 'Marijuana News' started by TheNung, May 20, 2013.


    "(Philadelphia, PA, May 20, 2013)- Activist advocate Shield Mutual has launched the Free Adam Kokesh Campaign in response to the US Park Police's arrest of activist Adam Kokesh while speaking to a marijuana legalization rally on Saturday, May 18 in center city Philadelphia.
    A video on YouTube shows the US Park Police arresting Kokesh while he was speaking to the crowd. He is currently being held at the Philadelphia federal prison. “They just came after Adam and N.A. Poe, the organizer of Smokedown – the only two there out of hundreds present who were taken into custody,” said Michael Salvi, an observer of the rally.
    Shield Mutual is conducting a call flood on Monday, May 20 starting at 8AM. Friends of Adam Kokesh are currently calling the US attorney, the US magistrate and other federal bureaucrats to politely but firmly demand that Kokesh be immediately and unconditionally released. More than 1,000 people have already RSVP'd on Facebook for the call flood and hundreds have already called."
    Please help! Adam Kokesh wasn't even smoking! He was arrested for practicing his right to free speech in support of our right to use cannabis! He's being charge with resisting arrest and refusal to process, even though they won't say what he was ORIGINALLY BEING ARRESTED FOR.
    Do you believe in the right to make your own decisions and do with your body as you please? If so, then show it by helping!

  2. This guy got me to do DMT.
    I regret nothing.
  3. What were the charges?  You can't be held in custody without charges.
  4. "They are being framed on felony charges of assaulting a federal officer, despite overwhelming video footage to the contrary." 
    I watched that whole video.  Not one spot in that video does it show any evidence of him assaulting any federal officer.  There is no way that a jury can convict him of that without any evidence or proof.  There actually isn't any proof of him doing anything wrong.  At most I would see this case as being thrown out.  Then again, the feds seem to have their way of worrying about things that are really not even crimes.
    This Adam Kokesh?
    Or, to quote the man himself...

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