Liberal County Pays Up For Biased Censorship of Conservatives

Seattle's home county ponied up on legal costs, losing the argument on censorship issues after municipal leaders kept conservative messages off their transit bus advertisement boards. (Pixabay photo)

World Net Daily – King County, Washington, the home to Seattle, paid a hefty price for censoring ads that run on its transit system’s buses, writing a check to the American Freedom Law Center for $200,000 to cover the attorneys’ fees for a lawsuit brought by Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, and their organization.

The resolution to the case came shortly after a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals gave thumbs down to King County’s censorship of an ad called “Faces of Global Terrorism.”

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