Freeholder Vainieri Files Restraining Order on ICE Protesters, Judge Limits Free Speech
Hudson County Freeholder Chairman Anthony Vainieri along with Hudson County Executive Tom Degise and 5 other Hudson County Freeholders…
Hudson County Freeholder Chairman Anthony Vainieri along with Hudson County Executive Tom Degise and 5 other Hudson County Freeholders filed a restraining order “seeking relief by way of temporary restraints,” against ICE Protestors because “immediate and irreparable damage will probably result before notice can be given.”
The signed order prevents protesting/picketing within 200 feet of the private residence of Anthony Vainieri and the others named in the suit.
This comes days after US Senator Bob Menendez took a shot at the chairman by saying Vainieri was “deeply misinformed” and noting that the Hudson County Democratically-controlled government had promised to end its ICE contract before but then chose to “ignore the fierce objections of county residents and suddenly reverse course.”
The signed order also limits protesting and/or picketing no more than “(1) night every two (2) weeks,” and that the protest can not have more than ten people present during any protest.
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