When a group organizes to intimidate a business for giving monies to a particular party or cause, going into the business and thwarting threats and intimidating them to put signs in their windows, demanding to know who they support and who they voted for, this is criminal behavior.

When a group fills our state capitol building far beyond its fire-code capacity, this is criminal behavior.

When a group fills a building, not allowing business to be conducted without fear for ones safety, this is criminal behavior. ...

It is time to go from being a criminal to a civil American society. If this cannot be done, then with all criminal cases they should be prosecuted by our legal system for what they are crimes, to the fullest extent of the law, to show America is above such despicable behavior. ...

— David Eiler


To read the entire letter, see the May 5, 2011 edition of The Ripon Commonwealth Press.

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