Fired Broward Public Defender Strikes Back Disputing Howard Finkelstein's Account

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A former Broward public defender disputes the circumstances of his firing for alleged hate speech toward Palestinians.

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    Finkelstein is a political lackey. This was protected speech. Ponyboy Finkydink quickly forgets his raucous nights partying copious amounts of illicit drugs and alcohol, endangering the public and finally rear ending a police car at a high rate if speed. People in glass houses.............................,

    Nice PR PINHEAD FINKY MAYBE YOU CAN PLACE CANPAIGN POSTER IN GAZA CITY.

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