Guess who's pressing charges.
Parker is being charged with simple assault, a misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of thirty days community service for a first offense. "She might disagree with this, but it wasn't done as a show of affection," Belcher said. "It was an unwanted touching." With that attitude, I'll bet it's the only time a woman's ever touched him. He maintains he's only being fair, since police would have charged him if he had grabbed a 74 year old woman without provocation. Fucking objectivists.
Belcher's a fine one to talk. He didn't have a permit to protest. Police don't usually bother with one as long as protesters stay within the rules so that they don't have to write up citations all day. So, to review, Parker had every reason to be there and was exercising Freedom Of Expression on someone who shouldn't have been there. You know, if you know a bunch of people who are your philosophical opposites are gathering together somewhere and you decide to crash the party, THEY aren't the assholes.
Parker is due in court September 12 for her hearing. May justice prevail.