Supreme Court upholds law against advising terrorists

In a 6-3 vote, justices say human rights advocates can be prosecuted if they advise members of a foreign terrorist group, even if they urge them to settle their disputes through peaceful means.

In a 6-3 vote, justices say human rights advocates can be prosecuted if they advise members of a foreign terrorist group, even if they urge them to settle their disputes through peaceful means. Full Story »

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