In the J20 trials, the feds said they went after “bad protesters.” That just means another crackdown on dissent.

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Federal prosecutors dropped all remaining felony charges against the protesters in the J20 trials.

Source: https://theintercept.com/2018/07/14/inauguration-protest-prosecutions/

Widespread censorship of former employees violates the First Amendment, lawsuit says

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The American Civil Liberties Union and Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University filed a lawsuit on Tuesday alleging the “pre-publication review amounts to a “far-reaching system of prior restraint,” and that the government’s arbitrary and sometimes confounding censorship decisions are unconstitutional under the First Amendment.”

Source: https://theintercept.com/2019/04/02/prepublication-review-government/

Charges dropped against 129 Trump inauguration protesters -” but dozens still face prison

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Charges Dropped Against 129 Trump Inauguration Protesters — But Dozens Still Face Prison

Among those who still face decades in prison, a journalist has filed a motion for the court to dismiss his charges.

Source: theintercept.com/2018/01/19/charges-dropped-j20-trump-inauguration-j20-aaron-cantu/

Has Trump made it easier to spy on journalists?

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Has Trump Made It Easier to Spy on Journalists? Lawsuit Demands Answers.

Free speech groups have sued to find out what tactics Trump’s Justice Department can use to investigate leaks and journalists.

Source: theintercept.com/2017/11/29/trumps-rules-for-spying-on-journalists-sought-in-federal-lawsuit/