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No First Amendment Right to Jump White House Fence, Judge Rules

, The National Law Journal

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The man unsuccessfully argued that that he was engaging in an act of protest when he vaulted onto White House grounds on Thanksgiving Day, draped with the flag and clenching a copy of the U.S. Constitution in his teeth.

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