Innocence of Muslims lawsuit is over.
Courts back away from elevating Sharia law command to censor blasphemy of Muhammad over the First Amendment.
FFA supporters sent close to 25,000 emails to each appellate court judge urging this decision.
The threat posed by the 9th US Circuit Court’s panel ruling that would have changed copyright law to respond to a fatwa issued by several Imams is over.
Courthousenews.com reports LOS ANGELES (CN) - The legal fight between Google and an actress who sued over her brief appearance in the movie trailer "Innocence of Muslims" is over. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Michael Fitzgerald dismissed the action after Cindy Garcia, filmmaker Nakoula Basseley and Google filed a joint stipulation stating that all the parties had agreed to drop the case. Read more at Courthousenews.com.
Fastcompany.com reports Copyright Law Was Not Created to Protect People From Fatwas. Read more at Fastcompany.com.
Florida Family Association launched several email alerts that resulted in 24,653 people sending emails through floridafamily.org to each of the 43 justices at the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals. The prepared email urged the justices to perform an en banc review (larger panel of judges) and affirm the district court’s order in Cindy Lee Garcia vs. Google 12-57302 which denied Garcia’s petition. Additionally, the prepared email urged the justices to avoid making the errors written in Chief Judge Kozinski’s opinion. Instead of guaranteeing the free speech rights of Americans Judge Kozinski’s opinion empowered people who threaten violence. His opinion which referenced the fatwa against Garcia essentially elevated the Sharia law command to censor blasphemy of Muhammad over the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
This is what CAIR’s Islamophobic Organization report says about Florida Family Association: The Florida Family Association, founded in 1987 by David Caton, has pressured companies and courts to adhere to anti-Muslim practices. Despite operating only in Florida, FFA has garnered national attention. FFA is part of the U.S. Islamophobia network's inner core.
Christianpost.com has this to say about Florida Family Association: Don't let the name deceive you. Florida Family Association is a national organization that harnesses online citizen activism through its massive email list to change organizations through economic and public pressure. They urge companies not to advertise on the Islamic terror apologist network Al Jazeera, remind universities to support free speech and not cancel films and speakers critical of Islamism, and hold the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) feet to the fire for their leaders past support for terrorism and saying Muslims are above the law of the land.
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