The Outrageous Prosecution of Gregory Koger ... for Videotaping a Statement
By Dennis Loo (8/6/13)
This case, if you don't already know about it, is going to be hard for you to believe. But it is real. Gregory Koger faces a 300-day sentence for peacefully videotaping with an iPhone on November 1, 2009 a statement by Sunsara Taylor at a public meeting of the "Ethical" Humanist Society of Chicago. Taylor had been invited to address the EHSC and then they withdrew their permission. She was making a statement about censorship to the assembly that Koger was recording when he was attacked and arrested. The "Ethical" Humanist Society, despite its name, pressed charges against Koger.
You can read about this case, which involves, besides this outrageous arrest, prosecution, and conviction, secret proceedings held without informing Koger and his attorney. Go to DropTheCharges.net.