The one line from judge's ruling in Occupy Boston that could set us back 50 years

 "Little in the way of expression is outlawed under the United States Constitution, but an act which incites a lawful forceful response is unlikely to pass as expressive speech."

--Justice Frances A. McIntyre, Occupy Boston et al vs. City of Boston et al


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