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Man’s raised middle finger, speech at church protected by First Amendment, court rules
2014 incident at 12Stone Church had resulted in disorderly conduct charges
David Justin Freeman speaks at the Georgia Supreme Court in My 2017 while appealing his disorderly conduct conviction stemming from a church outburst.
A man’s use of the middle finger in a Flowery Branch church and his speech regarding the school system is protected by the First Amendment, according to a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court of Georgia.