Charlie Hebdo Editor in 2012: I'd Prefer to Die Than Be Silenced

Stephane Charbonnier, who prosecutors say was slain in terror attack, on his mission at the satirical newspaper.
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We are prohibited today. We wouldn't be protective tomorrow a doozy says because it's so it's two. Two and who drew a vote. A twenty. But the news of a news in hopes of is not to defend. Freedom of speech. But results for the most it's. Without. Who we count we company unit in country. Result for them speech. I prefer to die then. Leave. Or a title. And to be afraid of being yeah speaking heavens are rent is the thing to be afraid I have I think to do.

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