October 31, 2013
Freedom of Speech 22010-12-16T15:40:49-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/751/20101216154118003_hd.jpgRepresentative John Conyers argues against prosecuting the authors of Wikileaks, because they were protected under the First Amendment's freedom of speech.
Representative John Conyers argues against prosecuting the authors of Wikileaks, because they were protected under the First Amendment's freedom of speech.
- House Judiciary CommitteeHouse Judiciary Committee
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