Skip to comments.The latest terrorist tactic: litigation
Posted on 01/11/2011 4:46:48 PM PST by forty_years
... In 2008, extremists nearly murdered Kurt Westergaard, who drew one of the original cartoons. In response, Politiken reprinted the [Mohammed] cartoons as part of a unified stand against intimidation of the press. The defiance didn't last. A Saudi law firm claiming to represent 94,923 descendants of Mohammed threatened it with legal action and the paper caved. On February 26, 2010, it effectively apologized for defending free speech. ...
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Exactly the kind of thing we should expect here.
The sad part is that it’s in Denmark, and not the U.S., where someone took the risk of publishing such cartoons. Personally, someone has to take such risks.
The Comedy Central channel bleeped “Allah” from SouthPark while giving a whole show toward blaspheming Jesus.
Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant republished the cartoons in Canada and look what happened to them.
It’s also known as ‘lawfare.’
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