Brazil’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that online hate speech is now punishable by prison, in a decision applauded by the far-left da Silva regime.
The 9-1 ruling puts hate speech on the same legal level as racism, which was already punishable by prison in Brazil.
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Justice Edson Fachin, the lead judge on the case, said in his ruling it was a “constitutional imperative” to give LGBTQ+ citizens special protection under the law.
Barrons.com reports: Hate speech is punishable by prison terms of two to five years in Brazil.
“Victory against LGBT-phobia,” transgender lawmaker Erika Hilton posted on social media, celebrating the ruling.
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