Civil rights attorneys say the people thrown out of a Mississippi high school graduation for cheering were exercising their First Amendment rights

The ACLU went on record saying it would back those three suspects facing misdemeanor charges of disturbing the peace, and say their deliberate, disobedient behavior was free speech. The trio faces a court hearing today for ignoring requests graduation ceremony attendees hold their applause until all names were read.


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