Kokesh has refused to participate in the legal proceedings against him. During his arraignment Thursday, Kokesh had to be wheeled before a closed-circuit camera that broadcast his image into the courtroom.
On Monday, he did not speak in court.
“We’re not thinking he will want to post bond, because of the stipulations and because he wants to make a statement,” Yealey said. “That’s what he does.”
Yealey said Kokesh believes he was within his rights to possess a shotgun and load it in public in the District, as he appeared to do in the July 4 video. On the recording, which was posted on YouTube, Kokesh repeatedly loads the weapon and says: “We will not be silent. We will not obey. We will not allow our government to destroy our humanity. We are the final American Revolution. See you next Independence Day.”
Gun rights activist granted bond in Fairfax County but might remain in jail as protest
Let us see how long he remains silent...
Edited by The world needs you, 18 July 2013 - 05:32 AM.