Judge awards graffiti artists $6.7M after their work is ‘wrongfully and willfully destroyed’ by a landlord to make space for luxury condos. So now graffiti is serious art? Yes the judge is yet another whackjob Clinton appointee.

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6 Comments on "Judge awards graffiti artists $6.7M after their work is ‘wrongfully and willfully destroyed’ by a landlord to make space for luxury condos"

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BMF
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That’s art?? Looks like vandalism of private property to me.

Not so silent
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KimmyQueen
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Oh hell no… this is insane… this is insanity insanity insane…

Not so silent
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I bet an appeals court tells this Clintoon appointee to shove this judgement up his ass.

JPTravis
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Here’s a crazy idea: how about if you want your art to be permanent you paint on something that isn’t owned by someone else?

Joe Redfield
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“Visual Rights Act”? I fail to see how this restriction on property rights could be Constitutional, unless you are a Progressive who believes the U.S. Constitution was written in pencil.