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Old May 1, 2013, 09:31 AM   #100
zukiphile
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Originally Posted by Vanya
The article reports that young Mr. Marcum was arrested for "disrupting an educational process and obstructing an officer" by refusing to remove the T-shirt. It seems to me that in this context, wearing a T-shirt, as opposed to refusing to remove it, is a distinction without a difference.
Emphasis added. I find this charge at least as interesting as the charge of "disrupting an educational process".

"Obstructing an officer" by failing to do the arbitrary thing he wants you to do reads very much like "contempt of cop".
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