We’ve all heard it before “The 1st amendment protects our right to desecrate an American flag”. While this may or may not be true, the 1st amendment definitely protects our rights to make targets of you doing this so that we can shoot them with our favorite gun. We’re going to call this the #nocturnuslibertuschallenge. Eventually any flag desecrator listed in the hall of shame will be eligible to be printed on a standard target.
We are still ironing out the details, but we will be running a contest when we release the #nocturnuslibertuschallenge. Cash prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Anyone participating can have their video or picture holding the target uploaded to this website. If requested we can conceal your identity/real name. Proceeds from this event will be used to support the operating costs of this website, as so far we have paid more than $3000 dollars to run the site that ended up taking Nocturnus Libertus down. We will also be starting a Pro American online interactive show that will air 1 time a week at first. This will require a significant backing as online streaming is quite expensive. Keep checking back for details, follow us on facebook at www.facebook.com/illwriteitteam
The First Amendment protects the right to free expression, which includes the right to shoot, burn, or in any way destroy an image of anyone including the president as long you’re not posing a “credible threat.” The standard here is whether there is genuine intent to commit or incite violence, and also whether that violence is likely to actually occur. If there’s no “clear and present danger,” as Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. put it, there’s no basis for censorship. So unless the Seaside Heights boardwalk is, in fact, a surreptitious assassination training ground, the game is perfectly legal. – Slate.com
People were asking for this but we eventually decided not to launch this.