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Resistance is Dangerous; Submission is Frequently Fatal

• by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)
Resisting arrest is not a crime. It is a common-law right, the exercise of which is treated as if it were a crime. 
 
The act of resistance was transmuted into a criminal offense chiefly through judicial activism, rather than legislation. Courts that seek to criminalize resistance have generally made the pragmatic argument that resistance is more dangerous than submission. We’ve long since reached the point where the reverse is often the case.
 

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