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Topic - Adam Kokesh
An Internet talk show host and gun rights activist was sentenced to two years probation for a political stunt on July 4 during which he loaded a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza.
Internet talk show host and rabble-rouser Adam Kokesh pleaded guilty Wednesday to firearms-related charges — assuring him immunity from any charges related to the attempted smuggling of a cellphone into the D.C. Jail.
A D.C. judge is considering a motion to release a jailed Internet talk show host who faces felony gun charges after a videotaped July Fourth stunt in which he is seen apparently loading a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza.
A D.C. judge on Monday ordered a conservative Internet talk show host held without bond after he was seen in a video loading a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza, a demonstration the defense called an example of political speech but one that the judge said made the host "a very dangerous man."
An Internet talk show host was arrested at his home in Herndon on Tuesday night after a videotaped July Fourth stunt in which he loaded a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza — a violation of the city's gun laws.
An activist who planned, and then canceled, an armed march into the District on July Fourth posted online what appeared to be a video of himself loading a shotgun in Freedom Plaza.
An activist has canceled a planned armed march into the District on July 4 that drew a confrontational response from the city's police chief.
Gun rights activists plan to openly carry weapons as they march across the Arlington Memorial Bridge into the District on July 4 as part of a protest organized by an Internet talk show host — a plan that drew a swift and confrontational response from the city's police chief.
High noon, Presidents Day, the Washington Monument: a highly charged venue for Veterans for Ron Paul, who will march in military formation from monument to White House on Monday to show their devotion to the Republican presidential hopeful.
Adam Kokesh, a former Marine and an Iraq veteran, is no angel by any account. He's an antiwar demonstrator who has been seen in uniform, stripped of military identifiers, at Washington protests, and this turns the stomach of many a soldier. Warned by an e-mail message not to do this, Mr. Kokesh cursed at an officer. This follows by a few years a demotion from the rank of sergeant to corporal for bringing an unauthorized pistol back from his first Iraq tour. The Marine Corps downgraded Mr. Kokesh's honorable discharge as punishment for this latest episode, to make an example of a troublemaker.
"This has been a very successful period of activism, this particular gun rights activism. I have to admit it was a little naive of me not foresee the exact consequences," Kokesh said. "It was a little more costly than I expected but it was very effective. It reached millions of people."