UnNews:'Zombies' have free speech rights too, US court rules
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1 March 2010
But the appeals court sided with the zombies in ruling that police had no reason to imprison them simply for being zombies, and walking erratically in downtown Minneapolis," the court decision said.
"An objectively reasonable person would not think probable cause exists under the Minnesota disorderly conduct statue to arrest a group of zombies for engaging in being zombies," the appeals court ruled.
After the ruling the Minneapolis police chief commented: "Well, I just don't understand what is going on. If this kinda thing keeps up then people will be allowed to say whatever they want. Some kinda 'Free speech' or something. Anyone would think this was China or Russia or something."
- Yahoo News "'Zombies' have free speech rights too, US court rules". AFP, March 1, 2010
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