Sometimes bizarre facts make for even stranger law.
And that’s certainly the case for a recent Texas appellate court ruling that the Church of Scientology doesn’t have a constitutional right to harass a woman by stalking her, sending her a sex toy at work and publishing allegations that she’d had a secret sex-change operation.
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