A community activist in Brighton, Colorado, was sent to jail for 45 days for refusing to take off a t-shirt at the request of Justice Katherine Delgado. The shirt featured the image of the recently executed Tookie Williams and the phrase "Should have been saved." Shareef Aleem is accused of assaulting police while being removed from a regent's meeting at the University of Colorado a year ago; the regents were deciding the fate of ousted professor Ward Churchill. Is a t-shirt free speech, and if not, does Tookie's visage warrant a contempt-of-court charge?
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