Drop all charges against David 'NatureDave' Gorczynski
  • Petitioned City of Easton and Northampton County District Attorney's office

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City of Easton and Northampton County District Attorney's office

Drop all charges against David 'NatureDave' Gorczynski

    1. Petition by

      Kelly Ryan

On the morning of August 5,2012, NatureDave walked into Wells Fargo with two signs which said "You're being robbed" and the quote "Give A Man A Gun, He Can Rob A Bank. Give A Man A Bank, And He Can Rob A Country", protesting the bailouts of the banks. When he was asked to leave, he left right away and went to Bank of America where he was arrested. Since then, he has been charged for with two counts of attempted bank robbery & terroristic threatening and two counts of disorderly conduct.  

NatureDave was obviously exercising his right for free speech. He was speaking against the true robbers of this country: the banks who do illegal foreclosures and used taxpayer's money through the TARP program to pad their bottom line.   If this oppression of the freedom of speech will allowed to continue, we will soon live in orwellian state ruled by banks and corporations.

We are asking the City of Easton and Northampton County District Attorney's office to stop this egregious act against the Constitution and drop all charges against David 'NatureDave' Gorczynski as soon as possible. 

For anyone who wants to donate money to his legal fund, please go to https://www.wepay.com/donations/dave-gorczynski-defense-bail-fund

Thanks for your support!

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    1. Reached 250 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Bill Paxton EASTON, PA
      • about 2 years ago

      naturedave showed us the jesus flip and that you dont need shoes to go into the phillipsburg side of the deli

    • Shaela Strata MONTGOMERY, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      because he was trying to bring positive change by telling the truth.

      His case, is very similar to that russian punk band, who got two years in a labor camp for a few minutes of peaceful words.

      Both ARE excessive punishments.

      He wouldn't even have a reason to protest, if things were more fairer to the common folk.

    • Mike Gresham MIDLAND, TX
      • about 2 years ago

      1st Amendment Right! He was NOT robbing the bank.

    • matthew damon ASHEVILLE, NC, NC
      • about 2 years ago

      This is absolutely absurd, and your ignorant police force should be embarrassed for behavior like this

    • Edward La Combe GAINESVILLE, FL
      • about 2 years ago

      No trumped up charges for peaceful exercise of free speech!


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