The Onion in US Supreme Court: How the single most powerful and influential organization in human history defended parody

The satire news publication filed a rather unusual amicus brief defending the idea of parody in support of Anthony Novak, a man arrested and charged for running a parody Facebook page.
The Onion
The Onion

Satire media publication, The Onion has filed a rather unusual amicus curiae brief before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), defending the idea of parody in support of Anthony Novak, a man arrested and charged with a felony for running a parody Facebook page of the Police Department of Parma, Ohio [Anthony Novak v. the City of Parma, Ohio].

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