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Attorney: VA law bars protesters marching in front of Alito's home

Attorney: VA law bars protesters marching in front of Alito's home


Attorney: VA law bars protesters marching in front of Alito's home

Virginia law prohibits the abortion-supporting protesters that have gathered outside the homes of Supreme Court justices in that state, and a former Department of Justice attorney says that means the protesters should be arrested.

Speaking on the “Sandy Rios in the Morning” radio show on American Family Radio, J. Christian Adams read from the state statute which states it is a Class 3 misdemeanor to engage in “picketing” at the residence of a person in a manner that “disrupts or threatens to disrupt any individuals right to tranquility in his home.”

“That means it's a crime,” Adams emphasized. “You can be arrested for protesting in front of a Virginian's home, even if that Virginian is Samuel Alito, Supreme Court justice of the United States."

Authorities would likely be accused by the marching Leftists of harassment, and worse, if they pull out the handcuffs. But there is no doubt the protest has disrupted the tranquility of Alito, who wrote the draft opinion that would overturn Roe v Wade, the 1973 abortion ruling.

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The leaked document found its way to news website Politico for a story that hit May 2 and which predictably enraged radical abortion supporters.

Politico, in a story this week, reported that approximately 100 protesters marched in front of Justice Alito’s home, located in Alexandria, in a “peaceful, grassroots demonstration.”

Adams asked why Virginia’s attorney general and law enforcement authorities are not enforcing the state law since protesters are openly violating it.