I am delighted to report that Norway's Supreme Court ruled in my favor today. My blog is legal after all. The police had no lawful basis for pursuing criminal charges against me. This means the case has collapsed for the prosecution and I will be entitled to compensation for the three weeks I spent in prison. I was arrested and jailed for speech which the Supreme Court has ruled is legal, so obviously the entire prosecution was utterly baseless. The cops now also have to give me my computers and other seized property back, including my cactuses, which are also not illegal. They even have to delete my DNA. A lot of people wanted to see me punished, but justice prevailed today nonetheless. Kudos to the Supreme Court for upholding the law even though it meant reaching a verdict unpalatable to feminists and the police.
I am relieved and happy to be free, and proud of the impact my case has had on the public discourse regarding feminism and antifeminism in Norway. Being a political prisoner provided a welcome boost to my activism. Which should surprise no one, because suppressing speech generally tends to be counterproductive. The entire process has been tremendously empowering for the Men's Rights Movement. This spectacular prosecution of an MRA sparked debate and demonstrated to the horror of the feminist establishment that there are more antifeminists out there than they knew. I am not some kind of extremist easily dismissed, even though some of my writings may appear somewhat ungenteel. While my kind of violent rhetoric is legal, it is no longer needed. We are strong enough to fight feminism in more elegant and subtle ways now.