He could of stayed away from the school during the injuction and still made his point in the court proceedings.knownunknown wrote: ↑Thu Jan 19, 2023 2:06 pm The rights and wrongs of compelled speech should have made its way to court but the system and the school Jerry rigged it not to.
The initial injunction that burke broke, that saw him jailed, was for what Joe? Something the judge now admits the principal lied about. To ignore this is to stick one’s head in the sand and ignore reality.
If I sought a restraining order against you, and lied about you in my application, and you got suspended from your job because of that, I bet you would think it would be fair to turn up to your workplace to protest that. Just try and put yourself in that situation. You have evidence of my lies but the judge won’t hear it because you tried to stand up for yourself. What a justice system, eh.
But no, he acted above the law. He either got poor legal advice or was too stubborn to think this through and now it's impacted his chances.
No sympathy for him really.