for not following federal regulations regarding storing sodium.
TJIC suggests a citizen's tribunal against the judge and prosecutor,
Evertson, who had been working on clean-energy fuel cells since he was in high school, had no idea what he’d done wrong. It turned out that when he legally sold some sodium (part of his fuel-cell materials) to raise cash, he forgot to put a federally mandated safety sticker on the UPS package he sent to the lawful purchaser…
The good news is that a federal jury in Alaska acquitted Krister of all charges…
The bad news, however, is that the feds apparently had it in for Krister…
Two years after arresting him, the feds brought an entirely new criminal prosecution against Krister on entirely new grounds…According to the government, when Krister was in jail in Alaska due to the first unjust charges, he had “abandoned” his fuel-cell materials
I think tarring and feathering needs to make a comeback. Something
that is an obvious mark of the community's scorn, doesn't cause permanent
injury and can be bought at the home depot then applied with a small
crowd. Maybe duct-taping them naked inside a roll of fiberglass insulation
or dying them blue would be a good modern equivalents.