Heather Heyer's mom: Free speech is protected, but violent actions are not


After a jury awarded more than $26 million in damages in a lawsuit against White nationalists who organized and participated in a violent rally in 2017, the mother of a woman who was killed there said the verdict proves speech may be protected but violent actions are not. (CNN US) More More

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