Free speech is a crime in Manhattan

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December 8, 2011
by Timothy J Taylor  
Posted in Commentary

"Yes, Mr. Heicklen was indeed targeting prospective jurors in front of that courthouse. He was exercising his First Amendment right of free speech by informing potential jurors that they have the right and the power to nullify the law as applied to the facts in a given case before them if they are convinced that its application would be unjust. That’s been the law - like it or not -- around these parts, and in Western Civilization, for centuries." (12/08/11)  


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