Q: A minister was arrested under some kind of "physical harrassment" law for "subjecting" pro-choice protesters to a human fetus. The reports that I have heard have varied from "he pushed the fetus in front of their faces" to reports that he merely displayed the fetus to them. The only footage I saw showed him calmly walking past a crowd of protestors holding the fetus out in front of him. Unless he substantially violated the space of those pro-choice protestors, I'm hard pressed to see how this could have constituted "physical harassment" as opposed to a protected form of expression. (There was no mention of health codes or anything like that.) Does this strike anyone else as a possible incident of illegal censorship?
A: Either he physically harrassed the other person, or he didn't. I don't know the specifics of that charge and tried to stick to the aspect I knew something about (from the news.) My guess (guess!) is that the physical harrassment charge was only coincident with the fact (and investigation) of his carrying a fairly mature fetus in a bottle, unless he swung the bottle at the guy or something. I do know they are investigating where he got that quite mature fetus and whether or not laws were broken by that possession.
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