Court: Neo-Nazi's web posting not protected speech
A white supremacist solicited violence against a juror by posting the man's address, phone number and other personal details on his extremist website, an appellate court ruled on Friday, overturning a lower court's decision to toss the neo-Nazi's conviction on the grounds that his posts were protected by the First Amendment.
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Since: Dec 08
#1 Oct 27, 2012
This seems to be a reasonable interpretation as a direct threat to a juror was implied.
#2 Nov 26, 2012
Yeah anytime a White stands for their race your gonna find these people wont recognize the same standard they allow deviates and left wing nut jobs
Since: Mar 07
#3 Nov 26, 2012
White people "stand for their race" with attempts at jury tampering and threats to citizens participating in the judicial process?
What a strange idea.
“ reality, what a concept”
Since: Nov 07
#4 Nov 26, 2012
Why is it that most of the people who stand for the White Race make me want to burn my pedigree?
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