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Shock jock faces charges for threatening judges | ZDNet Government

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Shock jock faces charges for threatening judges
So here is this wacko, Hal Turner, a shock jock and blogger, who advocated the assasination of three Seventh Circuit federal judges. He's being charged with threatening the judges' lives. The way The Washington Post spins this story, there's some interesting question of where free speech ends and criminality begins.
Telecoms don't want broadband bucks with strings attached
How would you like $4.7 million to build out broadband to rural America? If you're Verizon or AT&T, the answer is clearly, "no, thanks." The Washington Post reports that none of the three major telecoms is interested in taking those funds.

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