To the editor: Members of the pro-Palestinian group IfNotNow, who took over the 110 Freeway on December thirteenth, have to be held totally accountable for his or her actions, financially and criminally.
The price of legislation enforcement, paramedics, the fireplace division, Caltrans and some other authorities companies that had to reply to this shall be paid by all these detained or arrested for the blockade of a public entry portal.
Unlawful actions require duty and penalties. First responders’ dealing with of this unlawful freeway takeover might have created a harmful lack of service elsewhere.
There are numerous legit methods to protest, name consideration to a difficulty or publish an opinion. Blocking a freeway is just not one in every of them. This group has made itself a spotlight of anger and resentment and certain introduced destructive consideration to its trigger.
If blocking a freeway will get a slap on the wrist, we will anticipate this type of unlawful and harmful protest to proceed.
Rick Fore, Ventura
To the editor: We reside in a democracy the place your voice is heard on the poll field, not by blocking a freeway.
Deliberately blocking a freeway is prohibited and admittedly harmful to those that rely upon the roads. There needs to be no hesitation in making these accountable pay the results for his or her actions.
Let’s cease this nonsense.
William N. Hoke, Manhattan Seaside