While I was detained, Captain Robertson (who is the one who waited outside of my apartment for me at 8:30 this morning), was getting frustrated that someone in the District Attorney's office didn't appear to agree with him that the First Amendment was just gibberish that can be discarded at will. Indeed, I even heard Captain Robertson say that he doesn't understand why they even get the District Attorney's office involved in these matters because "we know what we need to do" (his exact words). I guess by "we know what we need to do," he means that WANTF should bully and intimidate people into forgetting their constitutional rights.
As I was all by myself in an interview room, awaiting my fate, I could hear the conversations that were taking place. One guy was talking about how Arizona losing to Xavier ruined his March Madness bracket, but the others were clearly upset that I couldn't be legally detained, since I had done nothing wrong.
I will promise you all this: I will continue to fight the good fight, and I will not back down, because I know that I am right. If people break the law, then they deserve to be punished; however, I do not agree that any law enforcement agency has the right to manufacture a crime to pin on somebody just because said law enforcement agency has a strong suspicion that somebody is guilty of a crime anyway.
On a side note: WANTF detained me while I was leaving my apartment to go to Jack's for breakfast. Unfortunately, they detained me for so long, that it would have been impossible for me to make it to Jack's in time for breakfast. I wanted to ask them -- but I didn't (I really wish I had though) -- if, since they are so comfortable bullying and intimidating people, they wouldn't mind bullying and intimidating Jack's into serving me breakfast past the breakfast cutoff point.