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Published on May 29, 2012
Tickets were issued at a protest that took place at Jean Klock Park in Benton Harbor Michigan. A group of people gathered while the Senior PGA was in progress. Some people clapped and sang. A couple honked horns and were issued a ticket for an undetermined price. Despite multiple witnesses that could confirm the noise would not be loud enough to break any noise ordinance, they were still issued citations. There were around two dozen officers, some in uniform, others undercover. It was a violation of this individuals freedom of speech and expression to issue him this ticket. If they didn't want the possibility of noise at a PGA event, they shouldn't have built a golf course in a public park. It shouldn't be okay to enforce a spontaneous noise ordinance on public property because a private event is happening a couple hundred feet in the distance.