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William Alemar has been arrested and charged with an "act of terrorism." WE THE PEOPLE would allege that William Alemar would most likely find it very difficult to kill anyone, or terrorize any American, while using a pellet gun (or training gun, whichever was the case). Unless William Alemar had some more serious type of weapon that could actually do more than break skin, or possibly cause an eye injury, we find it utterly ridiculous you would hold him for an alleged tangible "act of terrorism." Some Americans find clowns terribly terrifying, next time maybe you should round some of those up if you have nothing better to do.

WE THE PEOPLE have also read he was drunk. If he was drunk, then charge him with public intoxication if it makes you feel better, but in many a company (or battery) within the military, running drunk is an honored tradition that it would appear is most unknown to your police force. Perhaps, "operating a pellet gun while inebriated" is the proper charge to be leveled against this dangerously armed, barely running straight, probably was lost and ended up near a school soldier.

Whatever you decide to do, we would also like to urge you to attempt to, at all costs, grow up and quit being afraid of your own frail, sad, wispy, and unhappy little shadow. Unless you have more facts to add than have been made known at this time, he (William) needs to be released and you need to fire some people.

Sincerely, WE THE PEOPLE.

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To Those Officials Connected to the Case of William Alemar
I just signed the following petition addressed to: To Those Officials Connected to the Case of William Alemar.

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Release of William Alemar

William Alemar has been arrested and charged with an "act of terrorism." WE THE PEOPLE would allege that William Alemar would most likely find it very difficult to kill anyone, or terrorize any American, while using a pellet gun (or training gun, whichever was the case). Unless William Alemar had some more serious type of weapon that could actually do more than break skin, or possibly cause an eye injury, we find it utterly ridiculous you would hold him for an alleged tangible "act of terrorism." Some Americans find clowns terribly terrifying, next time maybe you should round some of those up if you have nothing better to do.

WE THE PEOPLE have also read he was drunk. If he was drunk, then charge him with public intoxication if it makes you feel better, but in many a company (or battery) within the military, running drunk is an honored tradition that it would appear is most unknown to your police force. Perhaps, "operating a pellet gun while inebriated" is the proper charge to be leveled against this dangerously armed, barely running straight, probably was lost and ended up near a school soldier.

Whatever you decide to do, we would also like to urge you to attempt to, at all costs, grow up and quit being afraid of your own frail, sad, wispy, and unhappy little shadow. Unless you have more facts to add than have been made known at this time, he (William) needs to be released and you need to fire some people.

Sincerely, WE THE PEOPLE.
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Sincerely,