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gentelmen of the jury, today i am going to prove to you that nazi have just as much right to march wherever they want to as do the homosexuals, african american communtiy, relihious belivers, along with any other community that as their right to speak their opinion in what they believe in as the united states dicatates to be constitutional under the first amendment. the first amendment provides us with the freedom of speech, the freedom of assembly, and the freedom to speak out in what we believe in. i am hear today to declare that any peaceful act of assembly is completley legal under the untied states constituion, the law of the land. if the nazi feel that it is necesary to speak out in public opinion of their beliefs, reguardless of location to purify their ideas, they are perfectly capable of expolting the first amendment. as long as the nazi groups march and assemply peacefull as this case today specifies, they are only expressing and sharing their views and opinions to the public just as the prosection here today will be expressing their views on the issue. The nazi group is protected by the first amendment just as any other citizen would be. the first amendment grants the nazis the right to be able to preacefully march for what they believe in. in this case, i will present the justice behind peaceful nazi assemblies that is legal even withen a jewich commity reguardl...


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