Was Rap Song a Criminal Threat Against PA Police?

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will review the conviction of a Pittsburgh man for making threats against police in a rap song after he was charged with drug offenses, the Associated Press reports. Jamal Knox argues his song, which was briefly posted online, is protected by the right to free speech. Knox wants the court to set aside his convictions for witness intimidation and making terror threats. "Just because a . . .

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