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Anti-abortion protester says his DC banishment is ‘totally suppressing my freedom of speech’

Jan 24, 2013, 07:57 am CDT

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LIke, totally.  Heh.  Howze that working out?

Sure does look unconstitutionally overbroad, though.  All they need is an injunction that he can’t climb trees.  It’s truly ironic, in that, if the District did this, the same court engaging in the conduct would likely feel duty-bound to whack the District with a big judgment and attorney fees for violating this guy’s civil rights.

By B. McLeod on 2013 01 24, 8:15 am CDT

Transport him to the colonies!

By NoleLaw on 2013 01 24, 10:26 am CDT

Night and Fog

By Docile Jim Brady - Columbus OH 43209 on 2013 01 24, 11:38 am CDT

Godwin’s Law, Jim, you lose (even though there was no debate).

By NoleLaw on 2013 01 24, 11:39 am CDT

Sounds to me like a reasonable time/place/manner restriction.

I note that “pastor” and “bastard” are near-homonyms.  Could the reporters have gotten his nickname wrong?

By AndytheLawyer on 2013 01 24, 12:10 pm CDT

it’s so obvious now that the “conversation about abortion” in our country has evolved into something like George Orwell’s book “1984” and the “doublespeak” thing… where the meaning of words or phrases are completely turned upside-down… the real “war on women” in this country is being waged by the abortion industry: http://www.know7things.com/sin.html

By Chris T. Smith on 2013 01 25, 5:09 pm CDT

Actually, Chris, the real war on women has been going on a long time by religious conservatives.

By faddking on 2013 02 01, 1:18 pm CDT

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