Re: Hate Speech Case In Front Of The Supreme's
Correct me if I'm wrong though, don't these people usually stand across/down the street from the funerals? Can that really be considered 'invading privacy?'
In which case, I wonder if SCOTUS will rule on what is an appropriate distance to ensure the right to privacy? Or maybe pull an 'obscenity' type ruling and leave it up to each community?
I think it will be a very interesting and long reaching ruling.
I just hope they don't go too far, in trying to provide relief for families that deserve it.
I also agree with you Curtis. There is a fine line between Freedom of Speech, which I support, and harrasement.
Also Gandy, I will do some searching to see if I can find the one they protested here in my town and see where they were placed. I did not know the soldier, but a friend of mine who is in the military was in Iraq with the soldier that died and knew him and he attended the funeral. I do believe a few media outlets were there so I will try and see if I can find a link with some pictures as to where they were standing/protesting.
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