Hate Crime Whodunit: Do Police Have The Wrong Man?

Bryant told Feigin the reason for his arrest had nothing to do with Facebook posts or any other online activity.
He told Bryant the agents said his opinions were “stupid and crazy,” but were also protected free speech under the First Amendment.
“Bryant told Feigin the call was made during the day.
“What you just said to me is exactly what I think happened,” the detective told Feigin.
Mark Feigin has been charged with a felony hate crime for allegedly threatening a mosque, a charge he denies.

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