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Internet resources for criminals?

Don Burleson

The freedom of the internet is alive and well and evidently the First Amendment protects the rights of people to give specific advice to drug traffickers on how to avoid arrest.  Evidently this type of tutoring for crooks serves an important function since many criminals are extremely stupid.

Huh?  How to avoid being arrested?

Here we see a Google video titled "How to avoid being arrest by Cops" that shows drug traffickers how they can avoid being arrested.  We see the drug traffickers under two scenarios, one where they consent to a search and get arrested and another version where the criminals assert their Civil Rights to avoid answering for their felony crime.

The video advises scumbags on how to hide dangerous drugs from the police (the "plain sight" rule) and show the bad guys how to manipulate the law to avoid their just deserts.  Clearly, the above video gives specific advice to felons on how to commit crimes without detection,  but just how far do these rights extend?

Any limits to free speech?

This advice for crooks makes me wonder, how far can this freedom go?  Is it allowable for criminal groups to publish tips on the web?  Because Internet publishing is not subject to any specific laws or jurisdiction, might we ever see these resources for criminals and terrorists on the web?

  • How to molest children without detection

  • Tips and tricks for murdering your spouse

  • How to beat your wife without leaving marks

  • The KKK guide to lynching without detection

  • Tips for introducing poison into consumer products

  • Making bombs from common household products

So, where do we draw the line?  Are there limits to free speech?


 

 

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