Supreme Court sides with Secret Service agents in free-speech case

By The Christian Science Monitor
Tuesday, June 5, 2012 9:53 EDT
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The US Supreme Court is illuminated on April 25 in Washington, DC. The US Supreme Court Monday said it would address the issue of retroactively applying a 2010 decision that immigrants have the right to be told if a guilty plea may lead to deportation. (AFP Photo/Mark Wilson)
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A Colorado man has lost his bid to sue two Secret Service agents who allegedly had him arrested in retaliation for critical comments he made to then-Vice President Dick Cheney during a public meet and greet event at a local shopping mall. The man, Steven Howards, filed a lawsuit against the agents,…



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