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December 28, 2015

FYI: 6:30 Tonight in Washington Square Pk: Protest for Tamir Rice

Filed under: Civil Rights,Criminal Justice,Free Speech,Police Abuse,Racism — nyclaw01 @ 3:38 pm

From: Letwin, Michael
Sent: Monday, December 28, 2015 3:38 PM
To: CRIMINAL ATTYS ALL; 1199 Members; CIVIL BENEFITS CHAT GROUP; CIVIL BKLYN AGING ALL; CIVIL BNO ALL; CIVIL BRONX ALL; CIVIL CONSUMER LAW CHAT GROUP; CIVIL DAP CHAT GROUP; CIVIL EMPLOYMENT LAW ALL; JUVENILE ATTYS ALL; JUVENILE APPEALS ALL; CIVIL EXTERN ATTYS ALL; CIVIL FAMILY CHAT GROUP; CIVIL HCLO ALL; CIVIL HEALTH LAW ALL; CIVIL HOMELESS RIGHTS ALL; CIVIL HOUSING ADVOCATES CHAT GROUP; CIVIL IMMIGRATION ALL; CIVIL PRP ALL; CIVIL LAW REFORM ALL; CRIMINAL ATTYS ALL
Subject: FYI: 6:30 Tonight in Washington Square Pk: Protest for Tamir Rice

Legal observers needed. Details here.

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Note: “We are simply unpersuaded that an email message, sent using the employer’s email system but not from the employer, could reasonably be perceived as speech by, or speech endorsed by, the employer–particularly a message reflecting a view different from the employer’s. Email users typically understand that an email message conveys the views of the sender, not those of the email account provider. They would no more think that an email message sent from a coworker via a work email account speaks for the employer (unless the message was sent by the employer’s supervisor or agent) than they would think that a message they receive from a friend on their personal Gmail account speaks for Google.”
Purple Commc’ns, Inc., 361 NLRB No. 126 (Dec. 11, 2014)

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