Anti-abortion protester banished from DC for inauguration stunt

On Inauguration day, approximately 800 thousand people showed up to be a part of history when President Obama was sworn in on the steps of Capitol Hill. Although signs were banned from the ceremony, one man was able to make his way into a tree at the event with an anti-abortion sign. Rives Grogan was perched for nearly five hours and was soon arrested and charged. A judged banished Grogan from the nation's capital, but is this notion a violation of free speech? John W. Whitehead, constitutional attorney for The Rutherford Institute, sounds off.
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