Woman threatened for 'f*ck Trump' sticker says f*ck the sheriff too
- Author: Joey Payne Nov 21, 2017,
Nov 21, 2017, 0:26
"No, Sheriff Troy E. Nehls, you can't prosecute speech just because it contains words you don't like", the organization wrote alongside a screenshot of Nehls' original post.
The Fort Bend Sheriff's Office warrant division arrested her Thursday, and she was released after posting $1,500 bail.
It now reads: 'F**k Trump and f**k you for voting for him.
Forsenca spoke with KPRC Click 2 Houston once again and told reporters, "The sticker is getting its point across". She is now out of jail, and has an additional message for the Fort Bend County Sheriff's office.
When asked about the new sticker, Nehls said that he was "not surprised", adding that he "thinks it's disgusting".
Karen Fonseca, 46, made a decision to add another sticker to her truck, insulting the sheriff who spoke out against her original Trump sticker, KHOU reports. "When you're in politics, people know how to work the system".
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Her newest sticker adds Nehl's name to the list alongside President Trump's.
"However, I don't ever recall seeing any complaints of disorderly conduct from Sheriff Nehls personal Facebook page about those individuals", he said.
Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls threatened to charge a driver with disorderly conduct November 15 because of a profanity-laced anti-Trump sticker. "I feel it was gone about the wrong way and the sticker is appropriate", Fonseca said. The indictment charges that Fonseca "pursuant to one scheme and continuing course of conduct, did, unlawfully and with the intent to harm or defraud another, obtain and or possess and or transfer and or use the identifying information of [name removed]".
"No matter what race, religion, or belief you may have, we are all equal". That was additionally when Fort Bend County District Attorney John Healey said he would not acknowledge charges, considering what he thought about the case.
The sheriff's office said Monday that Nehls will review the press conference and release a statement later in the day.
She said the message was an expression of her First Amendment rights. "He has professional detectives under his employment who could have easily found Mrs. Fonseca if they needed to find her".