Let's say that there is a guy that's a Mayan(The Tribe from Central America). Part of the guy's Religion is human Sacrifice, You sacrifice someone and you get arrested. During the trial you say It was part of you're religion, and The first admendmant protect's you. Should the person get go to jail for it.
One more, A guy named Jack is at the Superbowl that takes Place in San Francisco(his hometown), The score is 33-38,and the (wh)iners attempt a touchdown to win the game. They go for it and and nearly make it but cant. The Fan's Call "pass interference" but the ref sayes it wasnt. Jack screames out let's get him. The first admendmant protect's it, or does it. The ref is killed when many broken bottles hit him in the head. Can Jack get away with it, saying it's freedom of speech?
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First you forget names, then you forget faces. Next you forget to pull your zipper up and finally, you forget to pull it down.
Personal freedoms are limited in that they cannot infringe upon the rights of others.
Freedom of speech doesn't mean that you can slader someone or that you can incite a crowd to murder. It also doesn't protect you from being a murderer. The Mayan's best defense would be insanity in even thinking that that's his religion, I think.
This doesn't come as a surprise to me. When the American soldiers' abuse of the prisoners came out, I thought "wow, this is just NOW coming out?" Most of the members of the military (generally excluding officers, though not in all cases)