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Michelle Carter told her boyfriend to kill himself, so he did—now she wants to be a free-speech hero

If inducing a panic is a well-established instance where the First Amendment doesn’t apply, then surely telling your boyfriend to get back into his truck and let carbon monoxide fill his lungs until he is dead should also not fall under the banner of free speech.

Michelle Carter told her boyfriend to kill himself, so he did—now she wants to be a free-speech hero
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