I am, as far as I know, the only person on Earth under a court order to avoid public advocacy in opposition to a certain public policy. (One assumes I could take a public position in favor of that public policy.) This precludes me from publishing some facts. All facts on the issue advocate change.
Recently I’ve made some posts here about unconscionable behavior on the part of a highway patrolman. I don’t care what the end result of the harassment I described was; the harassment was wrong.
This goes on daily in South Dakota. Tourists with west coast license plates are stopped, terrified, their belongings often strewn on the roadside, and most are let go with some bogus “warning.”
Cops are stopping people to ferret out a certain violation for no justifiable reason. When they find the violation, they make up a reason for having stopped the violators. When they don’t, the folks they stopped get out of South Dakota as fast as they can, and try to avoid coming back here. Those folks are in the majority. The stops I have described were bogus.
Pat Powers just suggested that I have violated the terms of my probation. I hope this clears things up for him.