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Brad Heath @bradheath
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6th Cir.: OK for a police officer to arrest a woman who loudly called him an "idiot," even if it was in retaliation for her political views.
6th Cir.: OK for police to arrest a woman who sent emails to his personal address after he asked her to send them to his work address.
6th Cir.: Emailing a public official at his personal address, after he asks you to email him only at work, is a crime. You can be arrested.
An Ohio mayor repeatedly asked the village police force to arrest a woman who kept emailing him at home.
The woman was a thorn in the side of village gov't. She presented evidence that helped put the police chief in jail.…
6th Cir.: Public officials don't have to let people come into their homes to criticize them. So they can also forbid personal emails.
Anyway, read it for yourself:…
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