As the Hatfield episode demonstrates, moreover, Bush will use whatever spooky strategems it takes to "neutralize" an inconvenient voice. In general, Bush favors the prerogative of management over the free speech rights of individuals who work for them, as his take on the John Rocker episode made clear.
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A licentious act by one man towards the person of another without regard to his rights; as, for example, if a man should attempt to pull off another's hat against his will in order to expose him to ridicule, the offence would be an assault, and if he touched him it would amount to a battery.
In such case there would be no malice, but the wantonness of the act would render the offending party liable to punishment.
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