A week ago, I shared about Robert Rosebrock, a 72-year-old Army veteran who lives in southern California, land of liberals:

Rosebrock is scheduled to appear in court next month to face horrible, terrible and outrageous criminal charges. What was his crime? He posted two American flags on the fence of a Los Angeles VA facility.

That’s right, under the liberal anti-American dictatorial reign of Barack Obama, Rosebrock has joined the long list of patriotic Americans who were or are, being persecuted and prosecuted for proudly displaying their American pride and patriotism.

Hope is not lost yet for Rosebrock as Judicial Watch is petitioning newly appointed US Attorney General Jeff Sessions to intervene on behalf of Rosebrock and drop all charges against the patriotic veteran. Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch commented about the situation involving Rosebrock:

“Frankly, President Trump should ask why the VA and his Justice Department are trying to jail this American patriot.”

“The federal government’s pursuit of these vindictive charges against Mr. Rosebrock is mind-blowing.”

Judicial Watch has filed a series of motions on behalf of Rosebrock. According to their recent post:

Judicial Watch today announced it filed a series of motions alleging constitutional and other legal deficiencies in the extraordinary prosecution of its client, Robert L. Rosebrock, a Vietnam-era veteran who faces federal criminal charges for purportedly displaying two four by six inch American Flags above a Veterans Affairs (VA) fence on Memorial Day, May 30, 2016.  Judicial Watch’s team of attorneys recently filed:

  • A motion to suppress statementsRosebrock allegedly made to a VA police officer during a custodial interrogation of Rosebrock without advising him of his Fifth Amendment rights, as required by Miranda v. Arizona.
  • Two motions to dismiss the “flag posting” charge and two photography-relatedcharges against Rosebrock on First Amendment and other constitutional grounds.
  • A motion to dismiss all chargesagainst Rosebrock on the grounds of selective and vindictive prosecution and retaliation for Rosebrock’s having exercised his First Amendment rights.

The photography-related charges stem from allegations that Rosebrock took photographs of VA police on Memorial Day 2016 and Sunday, June 12, 2016, without VA permission.  Rosebrock is alleged to have taken unauthorized photographs of a VA police officer on Memorial Day 2016 as the officer took him into custody, interrogated, and cited him for purportedly displaying the two napkin-sized American Flags on a VA fence.  Rosebrock also is alleged to have taken unauthorized photographs of VA police officers handcuffing conservative activist Ted Hayes on June 12, 2016 after Hayes purportedly displayed an American Flag on the same VA fence. Hayes, dressed as “Uncle Sam,” was not charged with any wrongdoing despite being detained and handcuffed.

The case, United States of America v. Robert L. Rosebrock, (CC11, 4920201; 4920202; 6593951), will be heard by U.S. Magistrate Judge Steve Kim in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. Judicial Watch attorney Sterling E. Norris, a former Los Angeles County deputy district attorney, and Los Angeles-based defense attorney Robert Patrick Sticht are representing Rosebrock.

The fence is part of the “Great Lawn Gate” entrance to the Los Angeles National Veterans Park, a public park on the corner of Wilshire and San Vincente Boulevards in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles. The gate and park are part of a larger, 388-acre parcel that includes the Veterans Home of West Los Angeles.

Rosebrock (below), 74, along with fellow veterans, Hayes and others, have been assembling at the site nearly every Sunday and Memorial Day since March 9, 2008, to protest what they believe is the VA’s failure to make full use of the valuable West Los Angeles property for the benefit and care of veterans, particularly homeless veterans.”

The prosecution of Robert Rosebrock by the Obama administration is one of hundreds of examples of Obama’s anti-American government and policies. Everywhere one turns, there are examples of how much Obama hated America and American patriots. Just think about how many taxpayer dollars are being wasted in prosecuting and persecuting a 74-year-old Army veteran for displaying two 4 inch by 6 inch American flags. He should be hailed as a hero, not treated like some villain out to attack and destroy our nation.

This is another reason why Barack Hussein Obama should be arrested for treason and high crimes against the US Constitution, federal law and the American people. He should be tried, found guilty and summarily punished by whatever means is reasonable for a traitor, such as that given to pervious traitors like Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.