In the past several days, The Guardian and The Intercept have published explosive reports detailing the alleged detention, torture, and rights violations at Homan Square by the Chicago Police Department.
I’ll never forget the pain etched in their faces. I’ll never forget the screams, the haunting pleas of mothers at faceless soldiers.
Congressman Heck seems to think our rights come from government, and until this amendment is changed to align with the Constitution it will not truly defend our rights.
As we covered last week, terrorism has been so broadly defined, anything from breaking a school dress code to unfurling banners full of glitter, that it holds little meaning for any rational person.
Now, that long list includes photographers.