Six months after the June 4th, 2011 Chalking 8 incident outside Manchester Police Department I was found “guilty” of a violation and told I owed $248.
Rather than pay the ransom I submitted a letter indicating that I’d sit the time.
In this video I read the text of the letter in the hope that it causes people to think about how deeply flawed is the criminal “justice” system. It’s not something that can be “fixed,” the whole structure must be changed.
Rather than allow for a group of people to exercise an exclusive monopoly on the provision of any good or service recognize that a certain title or costume doesn’t grant extra rights. Then act accordingly, so we can more quickly live in a world where individuals are responsible for their actions, regardless of where they work.