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Incitement Is Not a Real Crime

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02/08/2021Ryan McMaken

Laws against incitement—much like defamation laws—are direct attacks on basic human rights and the freedom of speech. Both place nonviolent people in legal jeopardy merely for the "crime" of expressing opinions. 

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