13 Years In Jail For Writing On A Sidewalk With Chalk?NPR
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There's no evidence that he wrote anything obscene.
His messages could be easily erased.
And they don't seem to have upset many, if any, people.
But in San Diego, 40-year-old Jeffrey Olson is on trial for expressing his opinions on sidewalks outside three Bank of America branches. He's charged with 13 counts of vandalism. Jury deliberations began Friday, our colleagues at KPBS say. If convicted on all counts, they add, he faces up to 13 years in prison.