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A La Mesa man who posted racial epithets and a call to “shoot” Barack Obama on an Internet chat site was engaging in constitutionally protected free speech, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in overturning his criminal conviction.

United States v. Bagdasarian
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God Bless America!


в инете запостил призыв?
не посадили?
вы что, смеётесь? Сколько здесь, в рашке, предлагают сделать то же самое в отношении вовчика?


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в инете запостил призыв?
не посадили?
вы что, смеётесь? Сколько здесь, в рашке, предлагают сделать то же самое в отношении вовчика?
фишка не в том что не посадили, а в том что суд оправдал. если у нас такие дела до суда доводят, то обычно дают реальные сроки


"The world didn't suffer because too many people read 'Mein Kampf,"' Silverglate said. "Sending Hitler on a speaking tour of the United States would have been quite a good idea."

о свободе слова в сша в сравнении с канадой


"In much of the developed world, one uses racial epithets at one's legal peril, one displays Nazi regalia and the other trappings of ethnic hatred at significant legal risk and one urges discrimination against religious minorities under threat of fine or imprisonment," Frederick Schauer, a professor at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, wrote in a recent essay called "The Exceptional First Amendment."
"But in the United States," Schauer continued, "all such speech remains constitutionally protected."
By contrast, U.S. courts would not stop the American Nazi Party from marching in Skokie, Illinois, in 1977, though the march was deeply distressing to the many Holocaust survivors there.
Six years later, a state court judge in New York dismissed a libel case brought by several Puerto Rican groups against a business executive who had called food stamps "basically a Puerto Rican program." The First Amendment, Justice Eve Preminger wrote, does not allow even false statements about racial or ethnic groups to be suppressed or punished just because they may increase "the general level of prejudice."
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Last week, the actress Brigitte Bardot, an animal rights activist, was fined ?15,000, or $23,000, in France for provoking racial hatred by criticizing a Muslim ceremony involving the slaughter of sheep.
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