“These Judges deserve to be killed,” declared Harold “Hal” Turner on his Web site on June 2. He was attacking three federal judges who earlier that day had upheld Chicago-area bans on handguns.
By the end of the month, Turner was in handcuffs. On Dec. 1, he’s scheduled to go to trial in Brooklyn, N.Y., in a federal case that will test First Amendment protections online.
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