Southern society frowns on public protest; that's partly an artifact of the Civil Rights Era and partly the social impetus of conformity. My own attempts at visible public protest have been met with wonder, disdain, and fascination, but never a lot of honking. So it was with some surprise that I saw only support from people driving and walking through Five Points:
What would we do with a person who poisoned a sea? What would be the punishment for destroying 100,000 livelihoods? For killing eleven of their workers through criminal neglect, what would our punishment be? The answer, of course, is that we would put such a person in jail, deny them bail, and never let them see the light of day again.