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[SCOTUS Case Law] Flower v. United States 1972 Freedom of Speech on Open Military Bases

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October 10 2017

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In this video I read and go over Flower v. United States 1972 which involves a person's access to distribute amplitudes on a public street inside an open military base. I also talk about how it applies to people filming from public streets that boarder and run through military bases. Here is the citation for the case law. Here is a link to 18 USC 1382. T-Shirt and Sticker Store Front, have fun with the TSA wearing a BBI shirt: VidMe: Twitter: Minds: Patreon: Show some support by becoming a Patreon supporter of First Amendment Friday and I can try to continue producing these on a weekly basis without having any major downtime. Be sure to cap the monthly amount so you don't risk over donating. If you want to do a one-time donation you can just hit the PayPal donation button at the top of my right of my channel or click the link below. Want to support in another way, use these Amazon referral links below if you want to get similar camera equipment that I use. I get a small cut of the purchase. You Have the Right to Remain Innocent by James Duane The law professor behind "Don't Talk to Police" viral civil rights video. Camcorder Canon VIXIA Hero 4 Black #caselaw #SCOTUS #militarybases #freedomofspeech

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