The saga continues. Does the corporation of the District of Columbia have the power to create Constitution free zones? What law was violated exactly, when the 2nd amendment is supposed to provide for the inalienable right to keep and bear arms, and why is this non-violent activist continually denied bond? We Are Change provides documentation of the deliberate planting of mushrooms here, leading to the obvious conclusion that Adam Kokesh is yet another political prisoner of our tyrannical government.
On this day, August 13, 2013, former Marine and liberty activist Adam Kokesh went before the DC Superior Court. His court appearance was centered on two bail hearings for both a felony and misdemeanor charge. The felony charges were a result of his now famous Fourth of July video where he allegedly loads a shotgun on Freedom Plaza in the District as well as mushrooms supposedly found on his premises during the now infamous police raid on his home in Herndon last month.