Supreme Court justices say military-b...

Supreme Court justices say military-base protester's case isn't about free speech

There are 1 comment on the Washington Post story from Dec 4, 2013, titled Supreme Court justices say military-base protester's case isn't about free speech. In it, Washington Post reports that:

John Dennis Apel in the front yard of the Catholic Workers home he runs with his wife in Guadalupe, Calif., before heading to his monthly protest outside the nearby Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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BuckOfama

Alexandria, VA

#1 Dec 5, 2013
VANDALISM is NOT Freedom of Speech. Hence Apel's ban from the base. The Commander has the legal right to deny and bar this moron [Apel] from protesting on his [Commander] base. This is not a case of FoS. Plain and simple.

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