"News reports indicate that the Bank of America pressured the city attorney's office to bring vandalism charges against Olson, claiming that it had spent over $6000 to clean up the chalk messages.
"Such a claim is hard to believe given the nature of the chalk Olson used. A hosepipe and water removes the chalk easily.
"And it certainly did not help matters from a public relations standpoint for the judge in the case to slap a gag order on Olson and to side with the prosecution in barring any mention of the First Amendment right to free speech, free expression, or political speech in the defense of Olson. "
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