Feb 27, 2013

Stalking Orders are Unconstitutional

Anyone can go down to District Court and file a stalking order on anybody they want. As a matter of fact, you do not need any evidence. One can be thrown out of their residence without any evidence or even a trial. Stalking orders came about during the feminist movement to protect poor women from being stalked. But now, stalking orders are being misused and are unconstitutional.

One is not suppose to suffer loss without due process. Once one gets put on you, it is followed up by another judge who may or may not want to hear any evidence and then you are a stalker. This is bullshit, it needs to stop, the feminist have gone too far. Thanks for the new fight to change legislation on stalking orders because it is being abused so dramatically and is certainly not reflective of any sort of due process.
The next thing you know, your on trial for violating a stalking order, the person who puts the stalking order on you, the victim only needs to show how well they can cry.

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