Steve Watson infowars.com Back in August Infowars and Ben Swann broke the story of the NSA threatening online t-shirt makers because users of their sites were creating parody shirts denouncing the agency and selling them on the internet. Now one t-shirt designer, who was specifically targeted is suing both the NSA and The Department of Homeland Security, for violating his First Amendment rights. Dan McCall, who created several t-shirts on the website Zazzle that featured parodies of the NSA’s logo, has filed for declaratory relief, following the NSA’s admission that it sent cease and desist letters on the grounds that “misusing” the logo constituted copyright infringement. McCall, with the help of the Public Citizen Litigation Group, is also suing the DHS for sending similar letters claiming it is against the law to modify any seal of the US government. McCall created the following designs, among others, mocking the government agencies: “In response to the threatening communications from NSA and DHS raising intellectual property claims, Zazzle removed the NSA Spying Parody, the NSA Listens Parody, and the Homeland Stupidity Parody from McCall’s Zazzle store,” McCall says in the complaint. to read more click here: infowars.com
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