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In total, 54 different police officers ticketed people for seditious language between July 2013 and the beginning of this month.SDPD Says it Will Stop Enforcing Seditious Language Law|Kate Nucci|August 17, 2020|Voice of San Diego
A month earlier in 1918, the San Diego City Council had passed its own sedition act – a law banning “seditious language.”‘Keep Your Mouth Shut’: Why San Diego Banned ‘Seditious’ Talk in 1918|Randy Dotinga|August 4, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Since at least 2013, as far back as the records go, SDPD has written 83 tickets for seditious language.Morning Report: SDPD Has Ticketed Dozens for ‘Seditious Language’|Voice of San Diego|August 3, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Since 2013, as far back as the city would provide records, San Diego Police Department officers have issued 83 tickets to people they accused of using seditious language.
This puts seditious language tickets on par with a speeding ticket and removes both the city attorney’s office and the public defender’s office from the judicial process.
But conservatives think liberals and Balzac are seditious and crazy.
He had not written, but had dared to print, a seditious pamphlet which justified the right of rebellion against the king.
The old elite worried that the masses were too improvident and seditious.
Archibald Campbell, duke of Argyle, beheaded at Edinburgh for seditious measures.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Why have you not to-day three legitimate heirs to root out the hopes of these seditious persons?Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
It was not a single act of violence; it was a series of seditious practices of every kind, and carried on for several years.
You have been told that we are seditious, impatient of government, and desirous of independence.
This infamously unjust proceeding took place in a time of disorder and under the seditious government of the thirty tyrants.