Comments on: Maybe It’s Not Paranoia If We’re All Paranoid: A Review of Jesse Walker’s New Book Property - Prosperity - Peace Sat, 09 May 2015 08:06:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: scott huminski Tue, 19 Nov 2013 12:31:59 +0000 SUPREME COURT NEWS – FIRST AMENDMENT ATTACK UPON ARIZONA HARASSMENT STATUTE

Scott Huminski v. City of Surprise, Arizona
Washington D.C.

In a filing received by the U.S. Supreme Court, government is portrayed fervently defending a state criminal harassment statute that makes any speech contrary to the government’s goals a crime under. AZ Rev. Stat. § 13-2921 (criminal harassment)

Speech that tends to “alarm, annoy or harass” anyone, including government officials and police, is a crime in Arizona. Silencing dissent is the hallmark of a police state.

Petition for Writ of Certiorari here…

No surprise that this statute exists in Arizona. Under the patently unconstitutionally vague and overbroad harassment statute, this Supreme Court litigation is a crime as is this article when read by a resident of Arizona, say … Sheriff Joe Arpaio. No doubt that the litigation and this article tends to “annoy” the Sheriff and like-minded residents of Arizona.