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Saturday, October 02, 2010

RICHARD FREEMAN vs THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

Recently the Supreme Court in the US voted not to ban videos showing graphic violence to animals, including filmed dog fights. They said that such a ban would violate the constitutional right to free speech!

If the US Constitution includes allowing videos of animal violence then screw the US Constitution.
How can a 'civilised' country think that banning films of deliberate cruelty to animals is an attack of free speech? This is stupid, even by the standards of international legislators.

Tell the Supreme Court what spineless, backward, cowardly morons they are here....

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/667/745/979/?z00m=19888150

1 comment:

Ego Ronanus said...

This is one of the most shocking verdicts I ever heard of. Just what free speech is being banned? The howls of canine pain?

Is dogfighting itself illegal in the United States? Would a video of people duelling to the death be distributable due to this interpretation of free speech? It doesn't do much for my faith in humanity.