Thursday, January 18, 2007

Woman Claims Dog Feces Is Political Expression

Originally by way of Ace 'O Spades
the lawyer for an ex-professor accused of leaving dog feces at a congresswoman's office said her client's actions qualify as protected speech under the First Amendment.
Take one guess the political parties of the professor and the politician, wait for it...
Kathleen Ensz faces a misdemeanor charge of "use of a noxious substance." She is accused of taking dog feces from her backyard, wrapping it in a political mailer from Rep. Marilyn Musgrave, and leaving it at the Republican's office, according to court documents.

Ensz, a Democrat, was angered by repeatedly receiving mailings from Musgrave, the documents said.

Now guess what the ex professor taught...
Ensz, 63, a retired French professor from the University of Northern Colorado...

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