Harassment Provision Overturned in Scrolls Case

The Court of Appeals Tuesday ruled that New York's second-degree aggravated harassment statute is unconstitutional, relieving Raphael Golb of three convictions connected to an online campaign he waged to defend his father's unconventional theory of the origins of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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