Can Poetry Be Criminal? Ca. High Court To Decide

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In a case that has drawn attention from noted writers, the California Supreme Court must decide whether to uphold the criminal convictions of a 15-year-old from San Jose, George Julius T., who gave a violent poem to two high school classmates in 2001, says the San Francisco Chronicle. Titled “Faces,” it begins as a lonely
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