Kentucky bill would criminalize insulting a police officer during a riot

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A Ken­tucky bill would make it a crime to insult or taunt a police offi­cer dur­ing a riot if it is enough to pro­voke a vio­lent response.
The GOP-led bill, mov­ing its way across the state Sen­ate, could imprison some­one up to three months for accost­ing, insult­ing, taunt­ing, or chal­leng­ing an offi­cer with “offen­sive or deri­sive words” or “ges­tures or phys­i­cal con­tact” that would have a direct ten­den­cy to pro­voke a vio­lent response from the …

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