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A B.C. lawyer has filed a complaint with the Vancouver police, urging them to investigate whether Tom Flanagan, a former campaign manager for Prime Minister Stephen Harper, broke the law when he said WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be assassinated.....
Originally posted by XPLodER
reply to post by nwdogg1982
theres a big difference between free speach and puting out a hit on someone
dont you think?
dont confuse illegal incitement to violence
and free speach
if your on tv when you say it and more people hear it
it can be worse because some nut job might try
that is not free speach
its acually called a criminal act
and criminal acts arent covered by free speach
Section 464 of the Criminal Code of Canada makes it a crime to "counsel another person to commit an indictable offence," regardless of whether the offence is committed.
Originally posted by Frogs
All I'm saying is just be aware - if you bust one guy for saying something stupid, you have to bust them all.