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ACLU Collides with the First Amendment #629

October 18, 20124 Comments

Judicial Watch is suing the Los Angeles Police Department to force them to follow California State Law, which requires the police to impound vehicles driven by unlicensed drivers LAPD Chief Beck has instituted Special Order 7, which defies state law. Now the ACLU has piled on against Judicial Watch in an attempt to be awarded extraordinary legal fees by helping the City defeat Judicial Watch. Paul Orfanedes, the Director of Litigation for Judicial Watch was interviewed just after he had come from court where he was successful in stopping the award of legal fees to the ACLU based on First Amendment protections. Now he is confident that he can win his lawsuit against the City. Here’s our PREVIEW:

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4 comments to “ACLU Collides with the First Amendment #629”

  1. Ronald E. Pierce | October 28, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    Impounding cars for driving without a license is utter tyranny and thievery. The only people who must have a license to drive are drivers (as in commercial product transport). Congress regulates commerce; other than that we all have a constitutional right to freely travel. Plenty of case law for that. So stealing people’s property for not buying a license which includes further waiver of rights is extortion.

  2. Ronald E. Pierce | October 30, 2012 | Permalink Reply

  3. iam thegrantor | December 25, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    lol, I got rid of that fraudulent dmv license/contract a long time ago. you can’t win as a citizen, so leave it be. time to wake up, and get some redress. every time you blink, you have less rights. gun sales are up….hmmm’ our forefathers were right. just in case your government goes tyrannic, only a fool would be without arms. ;)

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