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Monday, August 21, 2017



Has the government sought similar log files and records for the Daily Stormer?

If yes, should Public Citizen, ACLU, or others fight that too, on the grounds that some, many, or most of the visitors to DS are not implicated in Charlottesville riots?

If not, is that further evidence of a prosecutorial bias? It would seem very alarming.

For the record, my own position is strongly in favor of fighting this subpoena, but also in favor of a symmetrical defense of the Daily Stormer, however distasteful, because it's in unbiased support for principles of free speech that we establish who we are, and who we are not. The counter case would be if in fact the DS clearly and explicitly advocated violence, in which case it's perhaps justifieI to discover in a limited sense who participated in that activity...

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