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Submission + - Judge orders man to apologize to wife on Facebook (cincinnati.com)

Marillion writes: "Photographer Mark Byron was so bothered by his pending divorce and child visitation issues that he blasted his soon-to-be ex-wife on his personal Facebook page. That touched off a battle that resulted in a Hamilton County judge ordering Byron jailed for his Facebook rant – and to post on his page an apology to his wife and all of his Facebook friends, something free speech experts found troubling."
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Judge orders man to apologize to wife on Facebook

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