Elonis v. US–SCOTUS still stands firmly for free speech.


As many of you will recall, the defendant in this case was charged with a crime for posting rap music lyrics on his website, which apparently, people at his job, his ex wife and some others claimed were threats against them, because we all know how nice rap music is in terms of threatening messages.


But the US Supreme Court isn’t buying such a standard.  The Obama administration and others wanted to use the standard, would a reasonable person feel threatened from harm and present that to the jury.

SCOTUS said the key to these cases is whether or not the speaker intended harm and not the listener.  And, to top that off, there would have to be a showing of criminal intent, that is, did the speaker intend to commit the acts constituting a crime.

So while the SCOTUS is making sure that we aren’t dumping even more…

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Bill Windsor tweets, emails and has a website and he is charge with a crime? Must be Montana


Apparently in Montana if you tell the truth about the criminal justice system and corruption anywhere, they come right after you and arrest you.

Bill Windsor, publisher of “Lawless America” where many probate victims and corruption victims can be seen crying their eyes out over horrific injustices done to them and their loved ones, is easily found on youtube.com.

The stories are true and are told by the victims.  But that doesn’t stop the State of Montana from supressing his First Amendment rights.

Barbara Stone, an attorney in Florida, currently has a body attachment (arrest warrant) out for her civil probate case in which she merely expressed concerns that her mother should not be given Miralax, a drug with black box warnings which is contraindicated for seniors.  Then she spoke out against abuse in Jan. 2014 when her mother was sent to the ER with fractures, lacerations, contusions, pneumonia, severe…

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