"To me, the punishment doesn’t fit the “crime.” I can understand why some might balk at supporting Reed’s behavior, but to me you have to stand up and SCREAM that jail time was ridiculous. In MANY hit/run cases involving the death or maiming of a cyclist, the motorist gets NO time in jail. In cases where people physically attack other people, there is no jail time. I don’t understand why the jail time was so excessive, but I also haven’t had time to read through all of these comments, let alone read about the case itself in any great detail.
In Ohio, right now, Michael Hart has been in jail since JULY 21 for TALKING TO government officials. He is charged with “Intimidation” and “unlawful restraint.” He was complaining to a county commissioner about the lack of enforcement of the DOG LAWS in the county. He remains jailed today. Agree or not with Michael’s aggressive and verbally confrontational tactics, he has spent more than 30 days locked up and is awaiting a hearing in OCTOBER for TALKING to someone…"