Adam Kokesh Released

Via Infowars.comkokeshpapers

May 24, 2013 Political activist Adam Kokesh was released from jail this afternoon. Kokesh was arrested last Saturday for exercising his First Amendment right at a protest. He called for a “new American revolution” to begin on July 4 with a march on all 50 state capitols. The release was announced on his Facebook page with the following message and photograph: Released 130524 with felony charges reduced to citations which I refused to sign. Played hardball. Won. Talk to you Monday.

18 Comments on "Adam Kokesh Released"

  1. I wonder how many of his fans are convinced that Sandy Hook was a false flag, with hired actors. I also wonder how they would react if asked to consider his last incident as a publicity stunt with hired actors dressed as cops.

    May hap the the $5K they were asking was to cover the fee for hiring the actors? He didn’t sign the paper after all. No paper trail? That seems more believable to me than some gigantic conspiracy.

  2. InfvoCuernos | May 26, 2013 at 12:15 am |

    I still don’t know what to make of this guy. Didn’t sign the ticket, really? What are you, 16 years old caught in the park after curfew? Did you flip the police station off when you squeeked the tires on your way out the parking lot too? I know I should be ra-ra-ing this guy, but more and more he’s seeming like a fool.

    • So you regularly sign citations you do not agree to? That seems less logical to me than what you’re proposing.

      • InfvoCuernos | May 26, 2013 at 3:25 pm |

        Doesn’t matter if you sign it or not. You’ll learn that after you get enough of em. In fact, the cop tells you that signing the citation is not an admission of guilt, simply an acknowledgement that you have received it, and not signing it will not change the fact that you will be expected in court by the date he gives you. The logic of it is pretty bent, but I’m not the one with gun.

        • Really, so long as it’s legal to not sign it out of protest, I don’t see the issue in the least. The gesture may be COMPLETELY pointless, I can agree that this is probably true, but i think he still has the right to a pointless gesture. If you’re considering him a fool over citations not being signed as your benchmark not that he’s marching to the capital with guns then I’m not sure what you’re measuring him by. (not to say I disagree with the march, but just to say that this seems a much larger act of civil disobedience than failing to sign a citation)

          • InfvoCuernos | May 26, 2013 at 7:34 pm |

            The march on DC under arms is probably one of the more foolish things about this guy, that’s for sure. I look at the effectiveness of the specific act of civil disobedience. If you want to change the system, don’t waste time doing things that won’t matter. Like I said, not signing the ticket is about as effective as flipping the police station off when you drive away. The march most likely will be stopped at the city limit, but it will require press and police and it might get the word out, if it goes down like they say, but it has a distinct possibility of goes waaaay south if the govt. has ringers in amongst the protesters that might fire a round off at the wrong moment or refuse to relinquish their firearm upon arrest-its also not how to fight a guerrilla war. There is no evidence that I can see so far that Adam is anything other than an atomic attention whore. If you smile while getting arrested, then you’re doing it wrong.

          • Lookinfor Buford | May 28, 2013 at 4:35 pm |

            Apparently this troll doesn’t understand civil disobedience. also, that any protester who fires his weapon would be immediately killed by the protesters. No massacres at this rally.. no, sir.

          • InfvoCuernos | May 28, 2013 at 5:34 pm |

            Ya, that’s how it will go down. All the cops will just stand there watching a gunfight between the protestors. As I understand “civil” disobedience, it doesn’t involve loaded firearms, but hey, you’re the expert, why don’t you explain it to us.

          • Lookinfor Buford | May 28, 2013 at 6:45 pm |

            Sure. The spirit of the march would be to present civil disobedience in the most shocking way. Also, to say to our government, ‘don’t start no shit won’t be no shit’.
            When authority tells you dancing is wrong, civil disobedience involves dancing, does it not?
            Why is the 2nd amendment and it’s purpose so hard for you to understand.

          • InfvoCuernos | May 28, 2013 at 7:01 pm |

            O, ok, I see. Why not? Somebody needs to get the party started. I guess every revolution needs martyrs.

          • Rick Slatton | May 27, 2013 at 11:45 am |

            More pointless is to sign something with which you do not agree. Certainly more cowardly.

          • InfvoCuernos | May 27, 2013 at 4:26 pm |

            Certainly more cowardly? Someone needs to brush up on how to fight a guerrilla war. Pitched battles are great for islamists and vikings, but I prefer to win. You said it yourself in the next post down that cops lie all the time. Why do you think? because its a proven tactic to win. Lie back in their face. Words like coward, honor, and justice make a lot of graves.

        • Rick Slatton | May 27, 2013 at 11:42 am |

          Everyone needs to be aware that cops lie all the time. And believing anything out of the mouth of a constant liar is risky.

          In fact, I know of cops who laugh hysterically when telling other cops about how you fell for it.

          Unless a weapon is directed at you, ask the cop if it’s an order. Never accede to a search no matter what they say. Let the cop do whatever, just don’t give permission to it.

      • I don’t sign citations because I don’t do stupid shit.

      • Lookinfor Buford | May 28, 2013 at 4:21 pm |

        Don’t feed the trolls. Anti-American shills are rampant. Go Adam.. You’re a hero

  3. DrDavidKelly | May 26, 2013 at 1:23 am |

    Me either … he reminds me of Charlie Veitch, loudly espousing their rights, poking fun at the man cos they can (which is fine) but not much in the way social change seems to come of it. I’m pretty sure Veitch called on the public to rise up and take to the streets last Guy Fawkes day, much like our friend here. I think a few groupies and a coupla folk from the retirement village walking their dogs showed up. Viva la Revolution!!!

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