Schenck v. United States

Schenck v. United States
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  • Schenck v. United States 
  • This violates my 13th amendment right. Which states that the government can't force me into involuntary servitude
  • You have been selected for the draft to serve your country 
  • Avoid the draft! It violates your 13th amendment. Take one of these pamphlets to see why
  • This is violating 1st amendment right to free speech
  • You are imprisoned because you violated the Espionage Act because of your disloyalty and acts to interfere with the US Military during times of war
  • The US Government is violating my right to free speech and voice my opinions in refusal to the draft being constitutional
  • Federal Court of the eastern district of Pennsylvania
  • Oliver Holmes
  • State your claims Mr.Shcenck
  • Jan. 9. 1919
  • March. 3. 1919
  • Through a unanimous decision the court rules that the Espionage Act doesn't violate the first amendment right and is appropriate during wartime
  • You are sentenced to 10 years in prison for having violated the Espionage Act 
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