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Power lines. Farm Manure pits. Honeywell. Do these people ever run out of finding "evil" or are they just short of productive things to do with their small little lives?
Sue them in small claims for lost productivity. Bill G.
I just took a quick look for trespass in the MN statutes, and it appears there is no added penalty for repeat trespassers. There should be. It does appear that they can be arrested immediately w/o warning after the first trespass within a year. All of this, of course, if they have posted according to the rules for trespass signs. Bill G.
@supervon--"Power lines. Farm Manure pits. Honeywell. Do these people ever run out of finding "evil" or are they just short of productive things to do with their small little lives?"----Lots of people said the same thing about people trying to get rid of lead paint in houses, asbestos, lead in gasoline, Mercury, pcb's and other toxic substances that end up in our water, air, soil and bodies. It's not possible to run out of evil when evil people continue to exist. Especially greedy evil people who don't care about harming others in their quest for the golden calf.
Protest and complain all you want but when your stated objective is to stop operations at a business than you should be arrested.
An intersection on private property? or do you mean the pubic road right of way? Commercial dock leased from who, the city? If so this isn't provate property either. When free speech dies in america, americans wil find they have reserved for themselves other, less but still effective, voices with which to speak, like money.
Spill some sand near the river and put up a couple of volleyball nets. That will keep the protesters occupied for a while.
So they're protesting the mining of one of the most abundant substances on earth. When will these enviro-mental-ists start protesting at the numerous country gravel pits that dot the entire state. I wonder if they drove to the protest site or use natural gas to heat their hovels.
So by the way people voted on my comment, "Protest and complain all you want but when your stated objective is to stop operations at a business than you should be arrested." you feel it is perfectly fine to shut down a business you do not believe in? That is not free speach, it is criminal.
So they'd rather the frac drilling industry use silicone/poly sand made in China and Russia? Pumping those man made ingredients into the earth will do wonders for your health. Course, the real reason these protestors are protesting is they hate carbon, even though their very bodies are made out of carbon.
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