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Jesse Nieto is a 25-year veteran of the Marines. His son was killed in the jihad terror bombing of the U.S. Cole in October 2000. After 9/11 he put anti-jihad decals  on his truck, but military officials told him to remove them. When he refused, he was forbidden to drive onto the base at Camp Lejeune, where he worked, or to visit his son’s grave at Arlington  National Cemetery. He sued, and with the help of lawyer Robert Muise, who has aided us in numerous free speech cases, he won.

“Free Speech rally in Tennessee pushes back against DOJ threats to ‘anti-Muslim rhetoric’ on social media”

Scan the media on the loss of free speech. Unbelievable. They are the enemedia. They think they are safe because they are puppets of the Obama regime? Just wait.

Freedom lovers, today is historic. It’s the line in the sand. Fight for your freedom.

The Global Dispatch covers it here;

Free Speech rally in Tennessee pushes back against DOJ threats to ‘anti-Muslim rhetoric’ on social media Global Dispatch, June 6, 2013

Reacting to reports that the US Department of Justice may  prosecute those who write and post articles offensive to Muslims, Pamela Geller of the American Freedom Defense Initiative has vowed, “We will  fight you on this every step of the way. We will drag your dhimmi asses  all the way to the Supreme Court. This is Sharia enforcement, and we are not going to stand for it.”

Geller, who also co-founded Stop Islamization of Nations (SION) with  Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch, has endorsed a rally for free speech on  June 4 in Manchester, Tennessee, to protest anti-free speech comments by Bill Killian, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

A special meeting has been scheduled for the stated purpose of  increasing awareness and understanding that American Muslims are not the terrorists some have made them out to be in social media and other  circles.

The “Public Disclosure in a Diverse Society” will be held from 6:30  to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4, at the Manchester-Coffee County  Conference Center, 147 Hospitality Blvd.

Killian, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee will be  joined by Kenneth Moore, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Knoxville  Division, speaking at this event.

Killian and Moore will provide input on how civil rights can be violated by those who post inflammatory documents targeted at Muslims on social media. (emphasis added – BBJ, The Dispatch)


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