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SP Times Story on Darth Xander's (Alex Hageli) victory against Scientology (at Flag)

Discussion in 'Tampa Bay Times/SP Times' started by Type4_PTS, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. Type4_PTS

    Type4_PTS Diamond Invictus SP

    Background for this story can be found in this thread:
    ‘Darth Xander’ files motion challenging Scientology’s anti-protesting injunction


    Although the injunction is still in place, Alex won a huge battle against the CoS in an effort to keep them from abusing the injunction.

    From the SP Times (Tampa Bay Times) earlier today:

     
  2. JustSheila

    JustSheila Crusader

    Re: SP Times Story on Darth Xander's (Alex Hageli) victory against Scientology (at Fl

    :happydance: Go Alex! :clap: :clap: :clap:

    Alex is so wonderful. He's been taking all of this on himself, and he's just the greatest guy, too. Compassionate, balanced, intelligent and educated. Of COURSE the Cult of Scientology wanted to ban him. Everything he says makes so much sense, and he's always there with a warm presence.

    Congratulations, Alex. :congratulations: You've worked hard for this one and should be feeling a whole lot better about things.

    Great win for us. :thumbsup: We are so fortunate to have Alex on our team. :grouphug:
     
  3. Type4_PTS

    Type4_PTS Diamond Invictus SP

    Re: SP Times Story on Darth Xander's (Alex Hageli) victory against Scientology (at Fl

    It made zero sense that the Clearwater police were assisting the scientologists to misuse the injunction which clearly did not apply towards Alex nor others not part of the injunction.

    It shouldn't have required a judge to point out to them that Alex and other protesters could exercise their First Amendment rights.

    The Clearwater police apparently don't teach their employee's about the U.S. Constitution as one of their officers wanted to arrest Alex for protesting on a public sidewalk, thinking that it was property of the Scientologists. :duh:


     
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