What is wrong with government today? Occupy DC must get notice before eviction

A federal judge said Tuesday that the U.S. government must notify Occupy DC protesters if it intends to evict them from a downtown Washington park and remove their tents and other belongings.

The decision from U.S. District Judge James Boasberg means the protesters, part of one of the last major Occupy encampments, would have an opportunity to challenge any eviction beforehand.

Ummm, so these assholes are camping in a federal park without permits or public bond for their damages. All of these things are illegal. But the judge says the police must give notice before they ENFORCE THE LAW?????

Are you shitting me? What others laws must the police give notice of before they enforce?

So nice that the government is shilling for these violent anti-Semites. I remember another time when the government sponsored violent Antisemitism…I’d mention it but the “Progressive” intellectual cowards would cry “GODWIN!”

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  1. Kristopher says:

    So … does that mean the feds have to evict me if I build a cabin on National Forest land?


  2. So does that mean the fuckers finally have to knock and wait for me to answer the door instead of kicking it in and shooting my dog?

    I just ask because you know, knocking and presenting me the warrant seems like notice.

  3. I was going to say “Jose Guerena would have liked some notice,” but BB beat me to it…

    I can’t find fault with the ruling. I want notice before I’m attacked by the Police too.

  4. Rob Crawford says:

    Anyone think a Tea Party camp would get the same verdict?

  5. Kurt P says:

    “Judge James E. “Jeb” Boasberg was appointed to the District Court in March 2011. “

    Why am I not surprised?

  6. Cargosquid says:

    I can see it now……

    on bullhorn: “This is the police. Vacate or be arrested.”


    says to bulldozer driver: “Ok. Go tear it down.”

    There. Notified.

  7. I do know that squatters, when they first move into a place, frequently mail themselves a certified letter, return receipt. This lets them establish the move in date. At some point in time, you are no longer “trespassing” and are now occupying real estate by “adverse possession”.

    Anyway, I’m sure that if you read the judgment, they’ll cite some DC law that says you can’t be evicted without a hearing if you have been living there for X number of days.

  8. Daniel in Brookline says:

    Rob Crawford beat me to it.

    I wonder what would happen if some infiltrators got in there and started peacefully, happily, waving Tea Party banners? Making sure to attract media attention, of course…

    (Just for fun, imagine the infiltrators consisted of DC-area people with legitimate licenses to carry.)

    I imagine the eviction would proceed without delay.

    • Cargosquid says:

      What a great idea! Infiltrate the Occupy movement (similar to a biological function?) with Tea Party people.

      Too bad most Tea Partiers have responsibilities and jobs that prevent this.

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