Monday, February 4, 2008

USMC in Berkeley and police neutrality with Code Pink

The Code Pink pinkos were blocking the entrance to the recruiting station in the City of Berkeley in California. The Code Pink pinkos would not allow anyone to enter the recruiting station while the Berkeley City Police Department watched and did not attempt to stop this lawlessness. When a police office with the Berkeley City Police Department was asked why they were not enforcing the law, he replied they were being neutral.

Good news from the the Associated Press:

BERKELEY, Calif. — While anti-war protesters chained themselves outside a U.S. Marines recruiting center here, a spokesman said the Corps does not plan to abandon the office even though the City Council has officially rolled up the welcome mat.

Gunnery Sgt. Pauline Franklin said on Feb 1 that while the Corps respects city officials' right to free speech, the Marines would not be leaving.

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