Europe France's post-Hebdo crackdown on 'incitement': Hypocritical?

Many wonder how Charlie Hebdo's cartoons can be held up as 'free expression' while statements of sympathy for the gunmen's anger are 'incitement of terrorism.' The explanation is tied up in the law.

By , Correspondent

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Since the deadly terrorist attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the French government has been touting the country’s right to freedom of expression.