Monday, November 17, 2008

Legal protection for US constitutional rights to free speech

I have a simple question to those with expertise in US constitutional law.

What are the legal possibilities for suing a foreign government for trying to intimidate American citizens who are exercising their first amendment rights to free speech in the US? Can a foreign government threaten American citizens to stop them from exercising their rights in the US? ...Can an American citizen, or a group of citizens, hold a foreign government responsible for such acts of blackmail?

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