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Ihre social media accounts, bitte!

2021-01-06 21:56:49.72258+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

RT Guy “say it nicer to me” Hamilton-Smith @G_Padraic

A sheriffs deputy showed up at my home and demanded I provide to her my social media identifiers and threatened me with arrest unless I did not when I pointed out to her that wasn’t the law.

RT Guy “say it nicer to me” Hamilton-Smith

And I know that’s not the law, because that was actually a big part of the lawsuit I won in 2017.

RT Guy “say it nicer to me” Hamilton-Smith @G_Padraic

Here's the lawsuit, btw

https://casetext.com/case/doe-v-kentucky-ex-rel-tilley

RT Guy “say it nicer to me” Hamilton-Smith

Oh I also wrote a thing about this lawsuit and my experiences and this area of the law

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3224917

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