PC Acquitted for Pointed Statement

Posted by on March 11, 2011 4:44 pm
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Fried makes pointed statement Photo H/T: PAUL FRANKFURTER/Courtesy

A Kingman, AZ man was acquitted of third degree trespass charges after attempting to bring a pitchfork into a Mohave county building.

Mervin Fried of Kingman was making a political statement.   Fried is a member of the local GOP Central Committee, and intended to make a statement as he met with constituents in the same room where the Central Committee meets.

Fried was acquitted due to the fact that citizens carrying firearms are allowed into the building.

Arizona continues to lead the way.  As many of you know, our own silverback Coldwarrior hails from AZ, and many early PC victories were recorded in AZ.


4 responses to PC Acquitted for Pointed Statement

  1. vassarbushmills March 11th, 2011 at 4:58 pm

    Good news about the hardware of our war. The rolled-up newspaper passes even the most discriminating of scans, and can still bring a leftie to his knees in .7 sec. Batteries not included.

  2. SEC March 11th, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    We better be careful or the Libtards will be trying to ban our assault pitchforks next. In Mr. Fried’s case, justice was served.

  3. Brian Hibbert March 12th, 2011 at 9:10 am

    I love this article. But I can’t help wondering…. What “point” was he trying to make? Something to do with farm subsidies? Or was he part of a rabble of citizens who were going to chase Frankenstein out of town? If the latter, where were the torches?

  4. Ron Robinson March 13th, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    Brian, the story I cited did not say, but I imagine his pitchfork was present to make the point that they would pitch out the current PCs and start anew with PCs who ‘get it’.

    Or maybe he wanted more farm subsidies in the Mojave desert.

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