Crusader Fan Arrested
We believe Police made a wrong call on a good guy.Auckland
Money is needed to defend Jon Rua, the Crusaders fan, from what we believe to be a wrongful arrest. In our opinion he has been unfairly treated because his choice of footie team, flag-wearing and sports-minded opinions offended the wrong person.
Because Jonno pleaded "not guilty as charged", he now needs a lawyer to defend him against the Police allegations of "LIKELY TO CAUSE VIOLENCE". Mild-natured Jonno has never before been arrested.
You need to know Jon Rua is 59 years old, is on an invalid benefit, has heart and weight issues, diabetes, crook knees and a mild disposition. He is an ardent Crusaders fan and was raised a Christian. He has no Court convictions, and before his illness worked as a bus driver.
Jon Rua Needs Our Help:
The First Nation Association is acting to protect Jon Rua's Free Speech and Human Rights. We intend to use these funds to pay Jonno's legal fees, to develop a proper legal defense, to inform the public of the Police threat to Freedom of Speech, and to educate the Police on Human Rights so they stop bothering peaceful flag-wearing footie fans.
We support individuals, groups and organisations which stand for Free Speech, Community Development, Volunteering, Educational Development and Moral Improvement. Funds raised go to projects, activities and causes which advance these goals. Our volunteers provide adult education, training in public speaking, lobbying, writing and advocacy. Topics include cultural change and conflict management, protection of human rights, truth in ideology and especially quality of relationships.
Use of funds
Costs and expenses: Court case preparation, lawyer's attendance, social media promotion, advertising and Free Speech events, publicity materials, posters and placards, purchase of flags. Extra funds go for Free Speech publicity and education.
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This page was created on 10 Jul 2019 and closed on 9 Oct 2019.