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Robertson's take has no place in print

Robertson's take has no place in print

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To the editor:

The Register & Bee has overextended its First Amendment tolerance. The R&B should apologize to its readers. Caleb Robertson’s disgusting hate speech against Muslims has no place in a civilized newspaper ("It's more about Muslims than guns," April 26). In fact, it has no place in the United States.

Perhaps Robertson will consider deporting himself to some remnant of Nazism where he will feel more at home.


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