Published on Aug 15, 2012 by UhMark
Police can and often do harass and intimidate citizens exercising their First Amendment rights of free speech. Especially in the post 9/11 era when the federal government and mass media are literally on the warpath, encouraging police to go on the warpath, violating constitutional rights and basic police procedure, let alone courtesy for U.S. citizens and residents.
Fortunately it is possible to work with police to arrange a peaceful demonstration. You have to get the right police officer or CHP captain. You also have to know what you are doing.
This video shows the before and after videos of freeway blogging in Davis, California. In other words before and after we met with the CHP Captain to discuss our peaceful exercise of our First Amendment right of free speech. That took place in February, 2010 at the CHP office in Woodland.
From 911proof.com's activism page: "And you can engage in freeway blogging or other ways of getting the message out to alot of people (here is one reader's idea; see also this picture)."