The Constitution Is Worth Defending by Bradley Jardis | Dec 19, 2012 | International, Issues, National, Personal Freedom, Police, Update | 7 comments Please help me do it! Anonymous donations accepted at 19vQDqJzXZWkxHTCtgpoYJwnvGYghHu4AE Pingback: The Constitution Is Worth Defending - Unofficial Network() http://www.facebook.com/juliarp Julia Riber Pitt “The Constitution is worth defending..” Spooner would disagree. :p http://www.FreeKeene.com/ Bradley Jardis True enough… but the Constitution IS the reason why things like FreeKeene.com and the Free State Project can happen with minimal to no government interference. The jury system is particularly awesome, too. FK_reader Awesome. Bradley Jardis’ liberty is worth defending! Bradley, what do you like about the particular attorney you hired? http://www.FreeKeene.com/ Bradley Jardis Aw, thanks for caring about my liberty, but I don’t think my liberty really was never in grave danger. I figured at worst they’d put me on a bus and ship me somewhere for a few days until a AUSA saw the case… but luckily the SA they sent out actually knew what the law is. Need a “case-or-contraversey” to make changes now-a-days… considering the right to petition for redress of grievances is destroyed. I knew nothing of Attorney Knowlton until he was recommended to me by Attorney Marc Victor. Attorney Victor is pretty well known by the federal government out that way: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwsjdH6Ga1s After doing some research on him, he earned my respect when I read a case about him defending pornography (expression/speech) rights despite himself being a Mormon. I’d say defending the right of others to do things you disagree with is a good barometer of a person’s character. FK_reader Good stuff. Thanks. http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Wasdin/1070356490 Mike Wasdin I happened upon this while on Google….Marc Victor is not a Mormon…I am not sure where that came from, but he’s not. MaineShark Um, Mr. Jardis said that Keith Knowlton, his attorney, is a Mormon. Not that Marc Victor (who recommended Knowlton to him) is.