Justin Samuels graduated from Cornell University with a degree in history. After working in financial services for three years, he decided to try a more creative path. He's wrote 5 ebooks that are available on Amazon. He's written 8 screenplays. His first feature film, The Agent, is in development.
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Saturday, May 19, 2012
Bail for 3 Occupy Protesters Accused of Terrorism Set at 1.5 Million Dollars
Bail for the three occupiers in Chicago accused of plotting terrorist activities has been set at 1.5 Million dollars. This certainly ups the game, as a number of occupiers have gotten a simple slap on the rest so far. This means the government sees the diminished numbers of occupiers more radical, and its cracking down severely. The paltry sums of money left in the OWS bail fund, at one point reported to be $89,000, won't even come close to helping out for bail, much less legal expenses in this kind of case. If occupy continues to get tarnished by those plotting terrorist or violent actions, the National Lawyers Guild maybe forced to part ways with them.