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Arizona censorship law may get more muzzling power

It's a strange law, extending special protection to a particular class of people -- cops, judges, prosecutors and the like -- arguably without regard for the equal protection requirements of the Fourteenth Amendment.

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Comment by 4409
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I agree with Ernie. It's out of control. They actualy passed a law....oops I mean statute that bars an ordinary citezen from putting a commercial lien against a Judge, Police Officer or Public Official.

This means they consider YOU are a piece of filth. They are above you and have no standing to place a lien on the Kings men.

Comment by Ernest Hancock
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Nazi Germany stuff - All the President's Men get to be secret. Might as well get ready for the 'Clone War'. I'm not feeling very good about what is coming. And the Arizona State Legislators pushing and voting for this need to be made aware of exactly what they are doing so that they fully informed consent of this Police State legislation that they will be responsible for.

I'll do what I can to make sure that they understand what they are doing so history can record how such things were passed and by whom. But more than that is left to others and... the future.