An Indiana man admits he flipped off a state trooper last summer. But Mark May of Terre Haute says in a lawsuit that the gesture was free speech and that his constitutional rights were violated.
An Indiana man admits he flipped off a state trooper last summer. But Mark May of Terre Haute says in a lawsuit that the gesture was free speech and that his constitutional rights were violated. Indiana State Police Facebook
An Indiana man admits he flipped off a state trooper last summer. But Mark May of Terre Haute says in a lawsuit that the gesture was free speech and that his constitutional rights were violated. Indiana State Police Facebook

It’s my constitutional right to flip off a cop, man who was ticketed says in lawsuit

February 04, 2018 12:55 PM