Friday, 18 September 2015

Federal Judge Exonerates Man Who Wrote 'F*ck Your Sh*tty Town' On Speeding Ticket

Time to start telling *YOUR* own Town Officials What Time It Is!
A federal judge last week chastised Liberty, New York for arresting a man who wrote a profane comment while paying a speeding citation. On May 4, 2012, William Barboza, who was 22 at the time, was nabbed in a speed trap. Since he lives in Connecticut, he decided to pay rather than challenge the ticket.
So Barboza took the invoice he received from the Town of Liberty Justice Court, crossed out "Liberty" and wrote "Tyranny." At the top, he added an expletive-laden sentence in all caps that denigrated the town. Infuriated local officials rejected his payment, forcing him to drive two hours from his home to appear in person. To Barboza's surprise, he was placed under arrest in the middle of the court hearing.

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