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Court Rules "Zombies" Have Free Speech Rights 10

Posted by samzenpus
from the we're-not-unreasonable-I-mean-no-one's-gonna-eat-your-eyes dept.
An appeals court in Minneapolis, Minnesota has overturned a lower court ruling, finding that a group of seven "zombies" had been wrongfully detained during a 2006 shopping mall protest. The decision allows the zombies to continue with their lawsuit against police who arrested them for disorderly conduct. "An objectively reasonable person would not think probable cause exists under the Minnesota disorderly conduct statue to arrest a group of peaceful people for engaging in an artistic protest by playing music, broadcasting statements (and) dressing as zombies," the appeals court ruled.


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Court Rules "Zombies" Have Free Speech Rights

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