2D. This section does not apply to an otherwise lawful demonstration, assembly or picketing.E. For the purposes of this section, "harassment" means conduct that is directed at aspecific person and that would cause a reasonable person to be seriously alarmed,annoyed or harassed and the conduct in fact seriously alarms, annoys or harassesthe person.2.
C.G.S. 53a-183 states as follows,Connecticut General Statutes 53a-183 - Harassment in the second degree:Class C misdemeanor (a) A person is guilty of harassment in the second degree when: (1) Bytelephone, he addresses another in or uses indecent or obscene language; or (2) withintent to harass, annoy or alarm another person, he communicates with a person bytelegraph or mail, by electronically transmitting a facsimile through connectionwith a telephone network, by computer network, as defined in section 53a-250, or by any other form of written communication, in a manner likely to causeannoyance or alarm; or (3) with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another person, hemakes a telephone call, whether or not a conversation ensues, in a manner likely tocause annoyance or alarm.(b) For the purposes of this section, such offense may be deemed to have been committed either at the place where the communication originated or at the place where it was received.(c) The court may order any person convicted under this section to beexamined by one or more psychiatrists.(d) Harassment in the second degree is a class C misdemeanor.3.
The threat issued to Huminski by Vermont prosecutor John Lavoie states as follows:"The last claim involves a statement made to attorney Capriola warning that thedefendant would be charged with additional crimes if he did not clam down. Thestatement is a reference to the defendant's continued harassment of the victimand the investigating officer in this case through the court process. The defendanthas filed a civil action against the victim because of his participation in thiscriminal case. The State is currently reviewing a contempt charge against thedefendant because of this activity. The statement was a proper warning madethrough the defendant's representative." (John Lavoie, State's Response to Motionto Dismiss #4)4.
Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell refused to withdraw, rescind or narrowly-tailored the above-quoted threat from the State of Vermont in the previous paragraphdozens of times over the last 15 years after Huminski requested him to do so ondozens of occasions.5.
Under A.R.S. 13-2921 Officer Hector Heredia stated to Huminski in email,
“Please do not have any type of co
ntact with either Michael Nelson or Anthony
Tsontakislaw [sic] …”