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Thursday, June 02, 2011

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Gregory Kohs

So, you consider libel an important and protected part of the "marketplace of ideas"? I wonder what sort of things I could dig up and distort about Paul Alan Levy. I would hope that Public Citizen would then protect my right to say these defamatory things anonymously, right Paul?

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