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Their rights to speech

Original post made by Ted Rudow III, Palo Alto High School, on Mar 12, 2014

Ukraine was governed by probably the most financially corrupt regime in the history of the world, which by the end of its rule was not only physically oppressing, but finally killing its citizens as they attempted to exert pressure by way of exercising their rights to speech and assembly. An entirely unprovoked Russian military intervention on part of Ukrainian territory.

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