Masks

From our planning thread :

Unless Memphis has a specific law, wearing a mask in Tennessee is totally legal. Here is what the “Tennessee Law” says in Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 309 – Civil rights intimidation (39-17-309)

(c) It is an offense for a person to wear a mask or disguise with the intent to violate subsection (b).

Here is what (b) says:

(b) A person commits the offense of intimidating others from exercising civil rights who:

**(1) Injures or threatens to injure or coerces another person with the intent to unlawfully intimidate another from the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured by the constitution or laws of the state of Tennessee;

**(2) Injures or threatens to injure or coerces another person with the intent to unlawfully intimidate another because that other exercised any right or privilege secured by the constitution or laws of the United States or the constitution or laws of the state of Tennessee;

**(3) Damages, destroys or defaces any real or personal property of another person with the intent to unlawfully intimidate another from the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured by the constitution or laws of the state of Tennessee; or

**(4) Damages, destroys or defaces any real or personal property of another person with the intent to unlawfully intimidate another because that other exercised any right or privilege secured by the constitution or laws of the United States or the constitution or laws of the state of Tennessee.

Basically, if we behave everything should be fine. Don’t threaten, intimidate, injure, damage or destroy anyone/anything. That sounds easy and fair to me.

So masks seem ok for now. For more planning, visit our planning thread!

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