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Texas Man Arrested for Speed-Trap Warning

Ron Martin claims he was exercising his First Amendment rights by holding up a sign to warn drivers.
01/17/2014

Transcript for Texas Man Arrested for Speed-Trap Warning

We turn now to that texas man we were telling you about arrested on a highway holding a sign warning about a speed trap just down the road. Now, he argues, he was just exercising his first amendment... See More
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