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Assassin's veto comes for Rushdie

So to Speak: The Free Speech PodcastEp. 168
Assassin's veto comes for Rushdie

Last week, a would-be assassin attacked Salman Rushdie, author of "The Satanic Verses," in an apparent attempt to carry out the infamous fatwa placed on Rushdie's life. Fortunately, Rushdie survived the attack. Vice News Tonight correspondent and "The Fifth Column" podcast co-host Michael Moynihan joins the show to discuss what happened, what it means for free speech, and the history of "The Satanic Verses" controversy.

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