A victim of the state, part 2

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April 3, 2011
Foundation for Economic Education
by Sheldon Richman  
Posted in Commentary

"Is it a criminal offense to irritate a U.S. attorney? Apparently so. If the case of Siobhan Reynolds is any indication, it’s a serious offense that can cost a person a lot of money as well as her freedom to speak in public — without ever being charged with a conventional crime. That’s not how the civic books said it was supposed to work in America. Something is gravely wrong." (04/01/11)


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