www.nsfwcorp.com -- After a bit of good-natured wrangling and legal indemnities on both sides, Paul Carr and I finally agreed to terms last week. Barely had the ink time to dry on my employment contract with NSFWCORP, when I learned that the City of Los Angeles had filed criminal charges against me for reporting on a political protest that happened a year ago. My arraignment is set for December 6, only 369 days after I was bailed out of jail on a $2,000 bond. What's the rush, right?
The notice arrived in my mailbox on Saturday. As I stood there on the sidewalk reading it in my slippers, the letter brought back warm and fuzzy memories of that night in late November, reminding me of what happens in America to those who exercise their 1st Amendment right to peacefully protest against the power of the financial oligarchy—or in my case, simply report on people exercising their 1st Amendment right.
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