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Nahed Hattar was killed outside the court where he was to stand trial on charges of contempt of religion.
But the Republican presidential nominee says he's 'totally in favor of freedom of the press'.
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'Did that really just happen?'
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But it doesn't mean she likes him.
A federal judge ruled Thursday that a Connecticut man's profanity-laced message on a speeding ticket is protected speech under the First Amendment. Read the full story at The Huffington Po