Prior Restraint and Project Veritas

On today’s podcast, David and Sarah open with the puzzling case of Project Veritas and James O’Keefe. Why is a New York appeals court appearing to let stand a prior restraint on the press? They then answer a fascinating reader mail question before wrapping up with an extended discussion of self-defense in the context of an incredibly troubling Texas shooting that was caught on tape.

Show Notes:

Near v. Minnesota

New York Times Co. v. United States

University of Richmond Law Review: “The Meaning of Life (or Limb)”

Reason: “Are People Allowed to Use Deadly Force to Defend Property?”

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: “Widow releases video of Chad Read’s fatal shooting in South Lubbock”

Warning Graphic: Lubbock, Texas shooting video

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