Twitter fights subpoena for #OWS participant


5 Responses to “Twitter fights subpoena for #OWS participant”

  1. Cowicide says:

    Wow, this makes me feel much better about twitter right now.

  2. EH says:

    The DA says he was being disorderly, people. This is very serious!

  3. BBNinja says:

    What the f— does that have to do with disorderly conduct anyway?  If they have proof he was being disorderly what bearing does his Twitter feed have on that?  Let the police show their proof instead of harassing private citizens.  If you were arrested in yesteryear for DC did the police comb your house looking for personal writings?
    Also I can’t help but notice he’s wearing a hanky or a scarf around his neck, tucked under his shirt.  I hate to stereotype but there’s no way that guy is straight.  I wonder if that combined with his smirk has anything to do with the justices hounding twitter for his account info.
    Seriously, though someone explain to me why the court needs access to his tweets for a DC charge?

  4. BombBlastLightingWaltz says:

    Gitmo is slowly declining, so what’s an ubiquitous apparatus suppose to do if no new threats to deal with? Look inward and criminalize your own citizens. Syria is miles ahead of the game, IMO.   

  5. Ralidius says:

    Ginger terrorists are the worst, with the weird words and apt to write and incite and stuff. Just saying.

    America, the land where corrupt idiots stay in office yet some guy on twitter is a menace.

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