An abortion advocate has been arrested for stealing the sign of a pro-life campaigner. The incident took place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after a number of pro-lifers gathered for a demonstration as part of an event sponsored by the “Created Equal” organization.
As is often the case in these situations, emotions were running high and counter-protesters began to confront the pro-lifers. One girl, however, took things a little further than polite dialogue, deciding that it was appropriate to steal the group’s property. Unfortunately for her, she was spotted by a police officer and summarily arrested, but not before being schooled on the protection of first amendment rights.
Dismayed and outraged by the fact that her actions had consequences, the pro-abortion campaigner pleaded with the officer, insisting that she had only “moved” the sign rather than stolen it. She added that the sign “restricts women’s rights,” seemingly attempting to justify her criminal behavior.
But this officer wasn’t having any of it. “You stole his sign,” he said, “you’re not going anywhere.” The cop then rightly explained that the pro-life community should be endowed with the same constitutional rights as anybody else.
“This is a public display,” he said. “They have a right to be here. If you don’t like their speech, you can go…
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