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Spain’s Supreme Court rejects rapper’s freedom of speech argument with songs praising terrorism

MADRID (AP) --- Spain s Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a rapper who argued that his lyrics praising terror groups were protected by freedom of expression laws. The court ruled Tuesday that Jose Miguel Arenas Beltran, a rapper best known as Valtonyc, distributed songs online that praised terrorism, insulted the Spanish royal family and threatened a Spanish politician with violence. It rejected Beltran s argument that he was expressing his right to free speech and that rap songs aim to be pr

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