Statement from the Anti-FES Protest Leader

Earlier today, the anti-FES Movement hired an attorney, in order to see if they could sue Firestone Event Staff. After a few hours, a decision was made. Here is a statement from the leader in regards to this decision.

“After further review of the evidence given to us. We have decided to sue Firestone Event Staff due to them banning us for exercising our freedom of speech rights. We will keep you updated on what happens.
Since the meeting complex is a public place that is under the constitution the constitution laws are still in effect at the meeting complex
and they violated the constitution by banning us from a public place.”

More information will be released when I receive it.

(I’m only posting this on behalf of @Markehabashi as I am going to put this statement on my twitter. Thanks for understanding)

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cough thanks wolf

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as far as i’m aware, you are under event staff’s command while present at the meeting center.

just making this clear, i do not support fes

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Depends when they ban you, if you are causing a disturbance they can escort you out (ban).

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I’m sure they have authority to ban you in the event you’re causing a distraction in an unsuitable environment.

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Well, we did get a lot of legal advice including advice from the supreme court justice. They all stated that we could sue them. Keep in mind we weren’t distributive at all.

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So what did you do to “exercise your freedom of speech?”

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You are still within the Jurisdiction of the State therefor, the Bill of Rights is in effect while you are at any property in the State.

Furthermore, in the legislation of this great state allows for public property to only be restricted by legislation (which the meeting center is not classified as).

Therefor, it is my belief that the Firestone Events Staff violated the Plaintiff’s constitutional rights by refusing them access to a location that is by law and definition open to the public.

It will be very interesting to see how this case plays out in the Courts.

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Pretty much

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coolio, rip fes

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im pretty sure the meeting center is private property, considering you can only enter the actual meeting center when there is an event.

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Its all by legal definition public property and some of the events in question did occur outside of the auditorium (in the spawn/gathering area).

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then explain why fes can force you to sit down? is there legislation covering that?

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There is no legislation about that however the ‘force to sit down part’ is a grey area of the law that I don’t want to attempt to interoperate at this point in time and is not apart of this case. This case is about the legal ability for you to be removed not if you should sit down. @Aviationus

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Please note article five from our constitution which states:

SECTION I. All land unowned by a private entity belongs solely to the State of Firestone government, and the responsibility to distribute land belongs solely with the State of Firestone government and the Department of Commerce.

SECTION II. The Department of Commerce cannot demand a fee for the sale of land: although is responsible for making the creation of private businesses easy and the process for implementation as quickly as is deemed responsible in the circumstances.

SECTION III. Government property consists of all land not owned by a private entity and also the State of Firestone Capitol, as well as any other properties as described by the State of Firestone government. Citizens are free to access government property unless instructed not to do so. Citizens cannot enter the State of Firestone Capitol except with explicit permission from a government official and only with good reason. Homeland Security must ensure that citizens entering restricted government property with permission are not a threat to security.

SECTION IV. Law enforcement agencies cannot search or raid private property without the established need to do so.

SECTION V. During a State of Emergency, law enforcement agencies and the National Guard are allowed to block access to property as otherwise valid property laws and regulations are deemed invalid during this time. They also shall retain the right to restrict access to roads.

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So basically, I can go to any meetings and just constantly say whatever I want (within my rights and roblox TOS) and not be punished/banned? I can sit in the same seat and constantly talk about other totally unrelated matters? Seems like this court case is vital to keep trolls or disruptive people out.

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Hate to break it to you, but you can’t sue an organization or agency in Firestone as we have no means set up to do so. If you want to sue the individual person go ahead.

Also, assuming you did, what purpose would it serve in this virtual world? We can’t enforce financial compensation, we can’t disband it, we can’t fire them if you sue them as a group. What exactly would this achieve? Pretty much we’d sit in court an hour and, assuming they’re convicted, for a judge to basically order them to say sorry as that’s all we can do.

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hi, I’m the cool man so ill see, so tbh they can ban you for reason reason reside, but the fact is it, its pretty much impossible to get justice against fes, the only person you can sue is the coordinator or the founder of firestone, k bye
from the coolest man ever
former rep jasonbourneaxis

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Actually you can order financial compensation, cause I remember this when I tried to sue someone before and the developer said they’ll do it, and they have the legal platform to proceed with a civil lawsuit against FES. There is things I can think of a judge can do if they rule in favor of the plaintiff

Btw; Its not conviction when it comes to civil suites, its rules in favor of

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You can’t demand money (ROBUX) from a user.

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