May 1, 2004

C-Span Tries to Hide Truth about Cannon
Cable Service Threatens American Patrol Report

The L.A. Times did the same thing to hide the truth about Antonio Villaraigosa in a political ad [PDF file].
C-Span Threatens Legal Action over Material
April 30 -- American Patrol has received an email from C-SPAN asking that all "copyrighted material" on the American Patrol Web site be removed. According to Glenn Spencer, president of American Patrol, the type of material it uses is protected under the "Fair Use Doctrine" of the copyright law. "There is no question in my mind that this is a political move to keep the public from knowing the truth about Rep. Cannon's positions on illegal immigration," Spencer said.
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