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Flipping off cop is free speech, court says

Seattle Times Wednesday, 13 March 2019 ()
Woman gets stopped for speeding. Cop shows mercy and gives her a ticket for a nonmoving violation. As police officer pulls away, however, woman gives him the finger – or, as a U.S. District Court puts it, “flips him the bird.” Cop takes offense, switches on lights and siren and stops her again, ploughing into […]
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