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Aug 7, 2022·edited Aug 7, 2022

I'm with Nina. Elonis isn't exercising rights [that should be] protected under the 1st Amendment, and Citizens are less free when people like Elonis are allowed to act without restraint. Looks like he's since been charged with cyberstalking. What entertainer needs to privately harass non-public figures? I'd bet that if you'd interview the jury that convicted Elonis in 2010, some of them would say that they did think that he intended to threaten his wife and the FBI agent, regardless of the judge's instructions.

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