Free the Felon!

A Sixties-style radical shakes his behind at old-style protesters, and police go crazy

One thing is clear: Prosecutors will likely drop or reduce the third-degree felony charge. Because Malagodi acted alone, he'll likely get off, according to John de Leon, chapter director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Miami. "You must establish circumstances of clear and present danger of a riot, and you must have at least three individuals working in concert to that end." Bruce Rogow, a professor at Nova Southeastern Law School, agrees: "I think the charges will be dropped by the State Attorney's Office. They are good enough lawyers to see it as the thing to do."

Radio jock Steve Malagodi, caught in the headlights of the Van Van controversy
Steve Satterwhite
Radio jock Steve Malagodi, caught in the headlights of the Van Van controversy

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