I was there when Gregory Alan Elliott was found not guilty of "criminal harassment" over tweets sent to three SJW feminists. I even watched him send his first tweet in over three years.
I look at what this verdict means for freedom of speech online, and what the future holds for Elliott.
However, let's remember that in many ways, this verdict was a hollow victory -- because this case should never have gone to trial in the first place.
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