“NATO 3 Defendants File Challenge to Illinois Terrorism Statute” @ Peoples Law Office
Posted on January 28, 2013
“Lawyers for the three Occupy activists, known as the “NATO 3,” charged with material support for terrorism and conspiracy to commit terrorism under a never previously used Illinois statute passed in haste after September, 11, 2001, filed a motion and memorandum of law challenging the statutory definitions of “terrorism” as unconstitutionally vague. The activists also argue that the enumeration of “terrorist acts” under the statute fail to require that such acts violate state or federal law and thus encompasses potentially legal acts, including those protected by the First Amendment.”
Read more and view the motion at Peoples Law Office.