I first met Mohammed Abdullah in 2008, it was quite a surreal situation. I had been running errands one day driving down Foothill Blvd. and saw this black man in Muslim attire, commanding and large in stature, holding up 9/11 truth signs and shouting to passing motorists on the street corner as cops circled him. So I pulled over and got out my camera, quick. The next year Pomona, CA police dept. sought a restraining order against Abdullah, banning him from passing out dvds about 9/11 and Iraqi war crimes to officers & City employees in front of the Police Dept. Truth activists from Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino Counties rallied to the court hearing, in solidarity with Mohammed to defend his right to free speech. If the restraining order was granted, Abdullah would have lost his right to carry guns, which as an armed guard, would have destroyed his right to earn a living. The case had an interesting outcome.