By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric
Who get’s equal protection under the law according to the Fourteenth Amendment?
When is speech a crime?
Who is a “journalist” and when is an activist a journalist and vice versa? Can they wear both hats? Is it ethical? Legal?
These are all question we hope to get a clearer understanding about on tonight’s Challenging the Rhetoric podcast; specifically relating to talk show host and activist, Pete Santilli. Are Pete’s speech and his (thus far) known actions…protected by any of the Amendments?
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Joining host Cheri Roberts, is leading media ethics and legal expert, author and litigator, Charles Glasser. Glasser is the author of, “International Libel and Privacy Handbook: A Global Reference for Journalists, Publishers, Webmasters, and Lawyers“.
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In addition to Glasser, we will…
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