The cases considered were among low-rent locals that didn't aspire to any political motive but simply intended to terrify adversaries and family members . . . Check the legal cleanup and just a bit of relief for scumbag big talkers:
TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas legislators went too far by criminalizing violent language not backed up by an intent to act, the state's highest court ruled Friday in striking down part of a law that it says violates free speech rights.