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First Amendment protects ‘repugnant’ parody images (access required)

Where the defendant published videos and sold merchandise that depicted a man’s face on the hind end of an animal and on a cartoon body, those creations, while repugnant, are parody images protected by the First Amendment. Background Kathy Steele and Earth Intelligence Network, or EIN, sue Jason Goodman for defamation, business conspiracy and unauthorized use of ...