Update Sunday December 7, 2014
A screengrab from WTVD’s Story. Emergency Crews had to be Re-Routed due to the roads being blocked, AND the police also found an IED (Improvised Explosive Device). If someone dies due to this nonsense, let us ADD the charge of “2nd Degree Murder” to the list below.
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With the recent Grand Jury verdicts out of Missouri and New York, we are seeing much Civil Discourse all across our great land. Peaceful Civil Discourse is one thing, but when these individuals start shutting down the flow of traffic, engaging in vandalism, destruction of property and other Crimes against the Public Peace, it MUST BE QUELLED!
Time has come for us to go “FIFE” on them…. As in Barney Fife —- NIP IT IN THE BUD!!!!!
I am calling for all Americans — Democrats, Republicans, White, Black, Asian, Indian etc. — to contact your LOCAL District Attorney and demand that they bring any & all charges against these Protestors. Make it HURT!
I’ve done some homework on the North Carolina law and some suggested charges would be;
* Felonious Restraint
* False Imprisonment
* Unlawful Assembly
* Parole Violation (if any of those involved are on parole)
* Terror of the public / Inciting Fear
* Pedestrians on the highway
* Obstruction of Traffic
Here’s a few recent news stories from the Durham, NC area.
Some of the NC General Statutes
Chapter 14 Article 10
Article 10. Kidnapping and Abduction.
§ 14-39. Kidnapping.
(a) Any person who shall unlawfully confine, restrain, or remove from one place to another, any other person 16 years of age or over without the consent of such person, or any other person under the age of 16 years without the consent of a parent or legal custodian of such person, shall be guilty of kidnapping if such confinement, restraint or removal is for the purpose of:
(1) Holding such other person for a ransom or as a hostage or using such other person as a shield; or
(2)Facilitating the commission of any felony or facilitating flight of any person following the commission of a felony; or
(3)Doing serious bodily harm to or terrorizing the person so confined, restrained or removed or any other person; or
(4)Holding such other person in involuntary servitude in violation of G.S.14-43.12.
(5)Trafficking another person with the intent that the other person be held in involuntary servitude or sexual servitude in violation of G.S. 14-43.11.
(6)Subjecting or maintaining such other person for sexual servitude in violation of G.S. 14-43.13.
§ 14-43.3. Felonious restraint.
A person commits the offense of felonious restraint if he unlawfully restrains another person without that person’s consent, or the consent of the person’s parent or legal custodian if the person is less than 16 years old, and moves the person from the place of the initial restraint by transporting him in a motor vehicle or other conveyance. Violation of this section is a Class F felony. Felonious restraint is considered a lesser included offense of kidnapping.
(1985, c. 545, s. 1; 1993, c. 539, s. 1147; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c).)
According to North Carolina law, any person who shall unlawfully confine, restrain, or remove from one place to another, any other person 16 years of age or over without the consent of such person, or any other person under the age of 16 years without the consent of a parent or legal custodian of such person, shall be guilty of kidnapping. If such confinement, restraint or removal is for the purpose of:
Holding such other person for a ransom or as a hostage or using such other person as a shield;
False imprisonment is defined as the unlawful restraint of an individual’s personal liberty or freedom of movement[i]. It is the illegal restraint of one’s person against his/her will[ii]. The tort of false imprisonment involves an unlawful restraint on freedom of movement or personal liberty. In order to establish false imprisonment, two essential elements must be proven. They are:
1) Detention or restraint against a person’s will,
2) Unlawfulness of the detention or restraint.
The elements to be considered by the jury in awarding compensatory damages in a false imprisonment case are physical suffering, mental suffering and humiliation, loss of time and interruption of business, reasonable and necessary expenses incurred, and injury to reputation[iii].
Harassment refers to a wide variety of behavior which can violate both civil and criminal laws. What constitutes criminal harassment varies by state, but it generally entails targeting someone else with behavior meant to alarm, annoy, torment or terrorize, and creating reasonable fear in the victim for their safety or the safety of their family.
The District Attorney for Durham County is Roger A. Echols.
PHONE: (919) 808-3010 FAX: (919) 808-3034
Durham County Courthouse
Durham, NC 27701
Durham County District Attorney’s Office
Durham County Courthouse
510 South Dillard Street, 8th Floor
Durham, NC 27701
Other possible charges and definitions
* Riot — 10 or more people, and any tumultuous disturbance (tumultuous is a word with many meanings – noisy, disorderly, excited, rowdy, unruly, wild, hysterical, frantic, uproarious, chaotic)
* Unlawful Assembly — 3 or more people, for any unlawful purpose
* Rout — When unlawful assemblers move toward a place where they could carry out any unlawful purpose or plan
Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Sixth Day of December in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Fourteen.