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Dallas has lost 82 court cases against one man: Should they leave him alone?

  • Yes, they should leave him alone.

    Yes, they should leave him alone because he has clearly done nothing wrong in the eyes of the law. If the state cannot find him guilty, then maybe he is not guilty at all. There could be some reason they want him behind bars, but it does not seem like they have enough evidence to convict.

  • Yes, it seems Dallas should leave a man alone after losing 82 court cases against him

    Yes, it seems Dallas should leave a man alone after losing 82 court cases against him. At some point, the question has to be raised as to harassment. No one person is smart enough to evade conviction on crimes he has committed 82 times. Which means he must have been innocent of some of the charges. Give it up already!

  • Yes, law enforcement in Dallas should leave this man alone.

    Yes, law enforcement in Dallas should leave this man alone. The individual in question has been arrested multiple times for selling memorabilia in Dealey Plaza, the site of the 1963 assassination of president John F. Kennedy. He has won each of his court cases because there is no law prohibiting this activity. Law enforcement should either push for a law or leave this man alone.

  • yes, I think so.

    Don't say "Dallas," "the city," "they," "a police officer," and so on - name names. These actions are not taken by some amorphous anonymous entity, they are being taken by specific individuals making specific deliberate decisions. It's time to expose them to public ridicule and derision.

    This is why the "Nordyke v. King" case was named that way, rather than "Nordyke v. Alameda County Board of Supervisors" - to insure the name of supervisor Mary V. King and the idiocy of her foolish, bigoted crusade against gun shows and gun owners went down in history.

    Each and every cop who tickets this man, or even walks purposefully toward him and his table, should be named and shamed, every single week it occurs.

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