Landmark SCOTUS Ruling in Lindke v Freed Sparks Media Frenzy: First Major Test of Free Speech Rights

By: Julian Raven Artist, LLC
 
 
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WASHINGTON - April 21, 2024 - PRLog -- The long-awaited ruling in the landmark Supreme Court case Lindke v Freed has ignited a flurry of media attention and judicial scrutiny, marking a pivotal moment in the battle for free speech rights in the digital age. The Supreme Court's decision, which established a rigorous two-prong test for determining the boundaries of government official speech on social media platforms, has set the stage for the first serious challenge in the federal court system.

At the heart of the matter is the case of Raven v Smithsonian Director Kim Sajet, case number cv-22-2809 CRC, https://casetext.com/case/raven-v-sajet-1 currently pending before Judge Christopher Cooper of the District Court for the District of Columbia. This case represents the first major test of the Supreme Court's ruling in Lindke v Freed, presenting a unique opportunity to examine the intersection of free speech rights and governmental accountability.

The significance of this case cannot be overstated. In Lindke v Freed, the Supreme Court established a two-prong test, requiring courts to carefully evaluate whether a government official's social media activity constitutes state action and whether it purports to exercise governmental authority. Now, with Raven v Sajet, the federal court system faces its first major test of this landmark ruling.

The case revolves around Julian Raven's longstanding battle for free speech accountability within the Smithsonian Institution. Raven has been a vocal advocate for constitutional rights, challenging the actions of government-paid officials who have evaded scrutiny for their conduct on social media platforms.

Raven's case against Smithsonian Director Kim Sajet presents an opportunity to scrutinize the conduct of federal officials and their speech on social media. As the only consequential social media free speech case currently on the docket, Raven v Sajet has captured the attention of legal experts, media outlets, and free speech advocates alike.

Read the current DOJ filings and Raven's rebuttal here. https://julianraven.wordpress.com/2024/04/21/first-major-...

The outcome of this case has far-reaching implications for the conduct of federal officials and the protection of free speech rights in the digital era. It has the potential to shape the legal landscape surrounding government accountability and social media usage, setting precedents that will impact future cases and challenges.

As the legal proceedings unfold, all eyes are on Judge Christopher Cooper's courtroom, where the first major test of the Supreme Court's ruling in Lindke v Freed is set to unfold. The outcome of Raven v Sajet will not only affect the parties involved but will also shape the future of free speech rights in America.

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