Adam Kokesh Arrested Again for “Illegal Use of A Microphone”….

On the Eighteenth of May 2013 Adam Kokesh was giving a speech at “Smoke Down Prohibition V”, which was an event where marijuana users gather across from Independence Hall  in Philadelphia, PA to consume marijuana in an act of civil disobedience. This is the fifth such event  and at all of the four prior smoke downs individuals gathered peacefully, consumed large quantities of marijuana, and were not disturbed by the police. This event would be much different, as the police chose to escalate the situation by violently assaulting multiple individuals and even resulting to kidnapping two of the event’s speakers. Adam Kokesh was giving the final speech to the crowd and before you could properly finish a Parks Police and Fish and Wildlife officer grabbed Adam (who had yet to engage in cannabis reflection that day) and took him while with the microphone still in his hand. Adam was taken away to a local Philadelphia jail and then was moved to Federal Detention Center Philadelphia where he would spend right under a week locked in a cage for not committing a crime. Adam was charged with Resisting, Obstructing, or Assaulting a Police Officer (Felony) and Resisting Arrest(Misdemeanor). Our video clearly shows that the officer approached Adam from the rear and it is very clear that Adam did not assault the officer in any way, shape, or form. Adam has turned his legal defense fund into a legal attack fund and will be seeking just compensation from the state for illegally kidnapping him without just cause.


7 Comments on "Adam Kokesh Arrested Again for “Illegal Use of A Microphone”…."

  1. can sitting down or going limp be considered resisting arrest?

  2. Conspiracy Carrot | Jun 10, 2013 at 7:48 pm |

    The guy who wants to lead an armed march in DC becoming the face of marijuana legalization? No thanks.

    • InfvoCuernos | Jun 11, 2013 at 12:28 am |

      I think the march has been cancelled. I believe that was the real reason for his incarceration- to let him know that they don’t have to play by the rules and to watch out.

      • Conspiracy Carrot | Jun 11, 2013 at 1:04 am |

        No doubt, he’s definitely got their attention. I’m fine with the march. I just don’t want people to equate marijuana legalization with a parade of armed men. Especially when the legalization movement is gaining so much momentum.

        • Monkey See Monkey Do | Jun 11, 2013 at 9:01 am |

          Exactly. Keep your gun fetish away from my dope. Two completely different social issues, brought together by a phony idea of freedom, the freedom to build your own arms corporation and get and nice big military industy to back it, bah!

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