In Williams' defense, this comes in response to a recent shooting where a man was allegedly denied entry to a party in East Flatbush, opening fire on the crowd of about 60 people and hitting eight of them. "We think when there's 200, 300 people in a backyard, and this happens on a routine basis, you're really inviting trouble," he said at a press conference last week. ... “All we said is we have to inform the precinct and inform the community aboard. You wouldn’t have to ask for approval. You wouldn’t have to ask for permission.”
Fair enough? Or an infringement of that whole First Amendment "right of assembly" thing? Or should we just make it simple and plan to have huge ragers at your parents' house in Staten Island from here on out? The obvious choice is option #3. Your parents' house has much better snacks.