In March, U.S. Magistrate John M. Facciola raised concerns about the “rarely invoked” federal charges that the government is pursuing against Dan Choi for protesting in front of the White House. Assistant U.S. Attorney Angela George said it was because Choi has been arrested for protesting in front of the White House multiple times.

But Dan has only been arrested three times for protesting there; numerous people have been arrested many more times than he has.