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    Columbia Journalism Review, a fine resource and local.

    Following a thread from John Wesley Hall's FourthAmendment.com, I found and read a number of good articles at the Columbia Journalism Review.

    http://www.cjr.org/united_states_pro...ss_freedom.php

    http://fourthamendment.com/?p=22887
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    A reporterís arrest is just the latest reason to worry about press freedom in Missouri Title of article linked...


    +1 on 4th amend web page

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    Following a thread from John Wesley Hall's FourthAmendment.com, I found and read a number of good articles at the Columbia Journalism Review.

    http://www.cjr.org/united_states_pro...ss_freedom.php

    http://fourthamendment.com/?p=22887
    Sugar(sour) Creek near my area is also particularly bad about this, if you try to attend a town hall meeting they threaten and hold true to the fact they WILL kick you out.

    they apparently forget they are a PUBLIC FORUM.

    same with STL apparently, and a PUBLIC forum is suppose to have PUBLIC ACCESS, both WHILE in session AND AFTER, so as to create discussion in the community as to whether or not their LOCAL representatives are actually putting the community ahead of their own selfish interests.

    frankly the same should hold true for higher up the ladder as well to county, state and federal levels.

    frankly when can we evoke our right to shirk off this totalitarian crapshoot we have? even the Electoral College is a farce.

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    An appropriate response to gov't bodies refusing to allow access to the public is for the members of the public to void all of their "work". Simply refuse to convict anyone of any crime until the rule of law is put in place as it should be.

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