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Zinger returned back to New York in his shop to create more news papers of the New York Times. But little did Zinger know twelve New York jurors acquitted Zenger of seditious libel.
Zenger is being held accountable of seditious libel of speech fraud.
Zenger wins at his trial and is no longer accused of seditous libel.
This time Zenger is back because he wants to add to the first amendment, he wishes for freedom of speech so no more incidents like this happen again because it is their freedom to say whatever they wish.
So the Judge agreed with Zinger and presented during court with the towns people.
Now Zenger can run the New York Times knowing that he can say what is true without being accused of seditious libel.
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