If the police had allowed her to pray prior to arrest, Snowboarding today is a good to have a great day to smiles more poster this wouldn’t have been a story. Instead, it’s another story of police overreach. No one would Ever tell me I couldn’t pray,
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the 10th circuit courts decision and they were asked to investigate it again but I can’t find anything anywhere on a final verdict being given. the police were called to her apartment 3 times for the house for her radio being played too loudly. She knew why they were there, Snowboarding today is a good to have a great day to smiles more poster she lost 3 court cases and she appealed clear to the supreme court, she lost and she appealed again..and won. She made it sound
like they just barged in and arrested her for praying.. she won a case with the Supreme Court. Doesn’t matter what lower courts said. And there are some pretty anti-religious justices on the Court right now too. Police don’t have an unlimited right to your home, nor may they interfere with sincere religious activity unless grave danger exists. They also have to tell you why they are at your home (whether it’s obvious or not).