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Jessica Corbett, staff writer
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Eoin Higgins, staff writer
An Israeli soldier in the Golan Heights, 2006.
" I still remember some people telling me during the last election that Trump...

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Patricia Okoumou, the Congolese immigrant who climbed the Statue Of Liberty last July 4th to protest Trump's evil child detentions, was given five years of probation and 200 hours of community service by a New York judge who warned she'd be jailed if she undertook another protest - which she says she fully intends to do. Okoumou, who came to court with her mouth taped to symbolize the threat to free speech, said she is "not a criminal," but is "frightened by this country's moral bankruptcy.”