Ad-hoc Protest Helps Free Incarcerated Students

Ad-hoc Protest Helps Free Incarcerated Students

Students across the nation have been the most recent victims of ‘guidance’ aimed at removing civil liberties under the guise of providing public safety.

College campuses have been terrorizing students being arbitrarily detained under unlawful threats being peddled against them from private security firms guarding the exits of the highly secure facilities.

One of the many privately hired security personnel guarding our countries youth (still recovering from government scandals with High School testing) explained police would be contacted in the effort to prevent the students from leaving.

The students thought they were going to be arrested, fined, suspended, and punished by their parents, just for walking outside their own residence!

Victims of the government overreach spoke to members of Dundee Resistance Movement and painted a nightmarish picture in which students had to order everything from the outside and wait in very small chambers to be contacted by the outside world.

The local community were not having it!

Police attempted to intimidate the concerned members of the public, notably populated by women and children, by presenting masked officers at the doors of multiple DRM leaders, having riot police on standby, and following the protestors with multiple groups of masked officers.

Fearlessly, the loving group of citizens spent their Sunday afternoon advising the students of their rights to leave. Through love and encouragement students were advised there was a way out of detainment.

there is no need for fear, the empty threat of arrests are merely lies!’

After the information was passed onto the students, the police, almost always presenting themselves with a symbolic surgeons mask, took their masks off to cram four officers into a single vehicle and drive away in a hilariously ironic twist.

The very next day news broke that the Scottish Government had reversed their dictates on imprisonment for the young adults and would now ‘allow’ them to return to their homes.

One can only assume it was directly related to the pressures applied against these unlawful acts. Students contacted their parents to express their outrage and, with our public support, have pushed the government away from the course of oppression against our most young, naive, and subservient adults in the nation.

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