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21-1327.


21-1327.
   
   A. The Legislature recognizes that special circumstances exist as
   regards college campuses and public school facilities, including the
   fact that a large number of people are confined to a small area, and
   certain acts committed in such places would have a more detrimental
   effect as regards the health and safety of those involved than if the
   same act were committed at some other place, and, in keeping with
   these facts, any person on the campuses or school grounds of any
   public state-supported institutions of higher learning or public
   school facilities who, by word of mouth or writings, advocates,
   affirmatively suggests or teaches the duty, necessity, propriety or
   expediency of crime, criminal syndicalism, or sabotage, or who shall
   advocate, affirmatively suggest or teach the duty, necessity,
   propriety or expediency of doing any act of violence, the destruction
   of or damage to any property, the bodily injury to any person or
   persons, or the commission of any crime or unlawful act as a means of
   accomplishing or effecting any industrial or political ends, change,
   or revolution, or for profit; or who prints, publishes, edits, issues,
   or knowingly circulates, sells, distributes, or publicly displays any
   books, pamphlets, paper, handbill, poster, document, or written or
   printed matter in any form whatsoever, containing matter advocating,
   advising, affirmatively suggesting, or teaching crime, criminal
   syndicalism, sabotage, the doing of any act of physical violence, the
   destruction of or damage to any property, the injury to any person, or
   the commission of any crime or unlawful act as a means of
   accomplishing, effecting or bringing about any industrial or political
   ends, or change, or as a means of accomplishing, effecting or bringing
   about any industrial or political revolution, or for profit; or who
   shall openly or at all attempt to justify by word of mouth or writing
   the commission or the attempt to commit sabotage, any act of physical
   violence, the destruction of or damage to any property, the injury to
   any person or the commission of any crime or unlawful act, with the
   intent to exemplify, spread or teach or affirmatively suggest criminal
   syndicalism, or who organizes, or helps to organize or becomes a
   member of or voluntarily assembles with any society or assemblage of
   persons which teaches, advocates, or affirmatively suggests the
   doctrine of criminal syndicalism, sabotage, or the necessity,
   propriety or expediency of doing any act of physical violence or the
   commission of any crime or unlawful act as a means of accomplishing or
   effecting any industrial or political ends, change or revolution, or
   for profit; shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction thereof
   shall be punished by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary for a term
   not less than two (2) years, nor more than ten (10) years, or by a
   fine of not less than Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), nor more than
   Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), or by both such fine and
   imprisonment. Provided, that none of the provisions of this section
   shall be construed to modify or affect Section 166 of Title 40 of the
   Oklahoma Statutes.
   
   B. Any person on the campuses or school grounds of any public
   state-supported institutions of higher learning or public school
   facilities above the age of eighteen (18) years who advocates
   revolution, teaches or justifies a program of sabotage, force and
   violation, sedition or treason against the government of the United
   States or of this state, or who directly or indirectly advocates or
   teaches by any means the overthrow of the government of the United
   States or of this state by force or any unlawful means shall be guilty
   of a felony, and upon conviction shall be punished by imprisonment in
   the State Penitentiary from ten (10) years to life.
   

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