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Mott calls courts building ‘monument of oppression’

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Marie Mott declares courts building is "a monument of oppression" that raises the state of the people to a "new level of slavery and chattel" that works perfectly to "lock up black, brown and poor bodies." Courts operate in service of commercial government, with due process routinely ignored, and the grand jury twisted into service of the state and incapable of weeding evil proceedings from the DA's office.

Posted by NoogaRadio 92.7 FM on Friday, June 5, 2020
Marie Mott declares courts building is “a monument of oppression” that raises the state of the people to a “new level of slavery and chattel” that works perfectly to “lock up black, brown and poor bodies.” Courts operate in service of commercial government, with due process routinely ignored, and the grand jury twisted into service of the state and incapable of weeding evil proceedings from the DA’s office. (Video David Tulis)
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