Keystone XL Protester Faces One year in Jail For Speaking

Jak of JNL media describes his arrest while filming the Keystone XL pipeline and the aftermath that prevents him from speaking out against the pipeline. Under this legal injunction, Jak faces 1 year in jail or 3 years supervised probation if decides to speak out against the pipeline.

Via WeAreChange


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2 Comments on "Keystone XL Protester Faces One year in Jail For Speaking"

  1. “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”
    — John F. Kennedy

  2. kowalityjesus | May 18, 2013 at 11:00 am |

    This kid is so refreshingly real. God bless him!

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