Federal Courtroom Solidarity

Jason Huberty and Sue Trace provide courtroom solidarity outside the US Courthouse where Prof. Michael Kissick takes on DOA Secretary Mike Huebsch and WI Capitol Police Chief David Erwin for curtailing his ability to exercise his First Amendment rights in the public forum otherwise known as the Wisconsin Capitol.

Jason Huberty and Sue Trace provide courtroom solidarity outside the US Courthouse where Prof. Michael Kissick takes on DOA Secretary Mike Huebsch and WI Capitol Police Chief David Erwin for allegedly curtailing Kissick’s ability to exercise his First Amendment rights in the public forum otherwise known as the Wisconsin Capitol.

April 17, 2013  by Leslie Amsterdam

Read more about Michael Kissick’s ACLU lawsuit seeking to protect Free Speech at the Wisconsin Capitol here: https://www.aclu-wi.org/story/capitol-free-speech-case-qa-professor-michael-kissick

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One Comment on “Federal Courtroom Solidarity”

  1. taxideataxus April 17, 2013 at 10:34 am #

    Also in solidarity, this morning as people entered the federal courthouse, Val, Paul and I serenaded them with a flute and sousaphone rendition of “Die Gedanken sind frei.”

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