You read the title correctly; unions have the RIGHT to kill without risk of prosecution. In 1973 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled — U.S. v. Enmons, 410 U.S. 396 — that violence, if carried out in furtherance of a labor union’s objectives, does not violate the law. That’s why you see no arrest for union violence at Tea Party rallies and other political gatherings. (Remember the open violence and contempt for the law in Madison, WI last year?)
Congress has the power to change the law and you can help them along by going to “License to Kill” and adding your name to “A Citizen’s Petition”.
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"SCOTUS 1973: Unions Have Right To Commit Murder"