Newspaper Not Allowed

Newspaper Not Allowed

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  • Unfair Government
  • Just yesterday they locked up granny Smith for protesting the sales of apples.
  • I can’t believe that the government is just letting these criminals go.
  • They’re just letting these robbers go! Something should be done about this.
  • Taking Charge
  • Can you make a paper telling about how the government is unfair?
  • Thank you!
  • I won’t make any promises, I only do things related to work, but I’ll try. 
  • New York Weekly Voice
  • Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
  • You aren’t allowed to create newspaper with these kinds of attitude towards the government.
  • The government has been arresting anyone that is voicing their opinions, but they have been letting criminals get away with robbery. The public is fed up with not being able to voice their opinions, but no one is brave enough to speak up. They are afraid that they will be arrested. 
  • Arrested
  • This isn’t fair! We should be able to voice our opinions!
  • You have been arrested for speaking out against our government.
  • Today you are here to see if a man is guilty of Seditious Libel.
  • The public is starting to realize that they do not want to be restricted in their form of speech. They want to be able to voice their opinions, and are starting to make this apparent to the government.
  • Trial
  • The police are getting angry at the public because they are voicing their opinions.
  • Outcome
  • We have come to the verdict that you are guilty. You are not allowed to voice your opinions, and you will be spending 6 months in jail.
  • The man who made the papers is put in jail for violating the freedoms of speech. 
  • The man who made the papers is at court to decide if he broke the law or not. Although it looks as if he went against the law, and there is no way for him to get around that.
  • Since the 1st amendment was never made, the people today don’t have the right to voice their opinions. For voicing his opinions, Bob will be sent to jail for 6 months.
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