New Jersey criminalizes speech

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New Jersey criminalizes speech

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Post by bbhack » Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:59 pm

Defense Distributed filed an emergency TRO.
On December 4th, 2018, Defense Distributed filed an emergency motion in Texas for a temporary restraining order against the state of New Jersey in response to Senate Bill #2465, which criminalizes online speech related to the manufacture of firearms. This was the second such filing we have attempted in as many months.
The link has "members only" in it, although I don't think it was intended to be private.

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https://ddlegio.com/member-only-content-001/
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Post by RoyGBiv » Fri Dec 07, 2018 8:02 am

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Post by oohrah » Fri Dec 07, 2018 12:43 pm

Actually, this bill relates to the purchase of parts to manufacture 3D printed and other ghost guns. It also criminalizes the “facilitation”, which could mean if you supplied software that could be used to 3D print. The thread title is inaccurate.
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Post by bbhack » Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:17 pm

Hearing scheduled.
Our case against New Jersey’s insane new speech crime (SB 2465) proceeds with an order from the judge requiring both parties to attend, in person, a preliminary injunction hearing in Austin on January 15.

As a reminder, New Jersey’s legislature and Governor allowed the Giffords Law Center and its pro-bono legal consortium FACT to ghostwrite a criminal statute preventing the entire American public from sharing all digital information related to the manufacture of firearms on the Internet. This works by making it felony crime in New Jersey for *anyone* to share *anywhere* on earth *any* kind of digital firearms information that a New Jersey court could determine may at some point assist in the manufacture of firearms.

https://ddlegio.com/pi-hearing-in-defen ... vs-grewal/
We invite you to watch the representatives of New Jersey confuse the court and contradict themselves in a public hearing on January 15 in Austin, Texas.
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Post by bbhack » Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:21 pm

https://ddlegio.com/dd-v-grewal-ii/
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When the states began attacking DEFCAD at the conclusion of five years of litigation in Defense Distributed v US State Dept., our founder said these politicians and statesmen were so eager to abridge the Second Amendment that they would take away the First.

Not two days after the dismissal of DD v Grewal in TX, the attorney general of New Jersey threatened codeisfreespeech.com and Cloudflare with criminal prosecution if they did not within 24 hours delete all of the DEFCAD files they had been mirroring since July.
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Post by Alf » Fri Feb 08, 2019 5:26 pm

They're trying to do it in Texas also. https://www.texaschlforum.com/viewtopic ... 45&t=94800

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Post by bbhack » Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:22 pm

https://ddlegio.com/dd-v-grewal-update/
March 7th was a banner day for New Jersey’s abuse of power and process against us, Legionnaires. What began as a status conference on our PI schedule became a motion hearing, where Grewal’s lawyers and an obviously disinterested Judge Thompson forced a stay ruling. How could a surprise stay ruling occur in a status conference without the Plaintiffs being afforded the chance to file a substantive response? How could a judge, relying on no authorities, issue a stay against totally new plaintiffs and totally new issues that were not a part of our 1983 action in Texas? Hey, ask New Jersey. They’ve been making it up as they go along since at least May of 2018.
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