The ex-Marine, arrested and placed in a psychiatric ward because government officials didn’t like his Facebook postings, has announced he is suing the officials involved.


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Go for it: Brandon Raub, the ex-Marine who was arrested and placed in a psychiatric ward because government officials didn’t like his Facebook postings, has announced he is suing the officials involved.

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  • JGL

    Good luck Brandon.

    Im sure there will be something in the Patriot act or some other newly passed law that will cover whomever decided

    to “secure” Brandon for what ever reason they thought appropriate.

    Brandon, because of his service ( this may seem a paradox) can be considered a threat because of the potential psychological

    damage his service might have caused.

    We are not in Kansas any more.

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