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It may be a Good Book, but using it as a text in public schools is a violation of the First Amendment. The American Civil Liberties Union makes this point in an ad created by DeVito/Verdi, New York. Copywriter: Dave Brenner. Art director: Susanne Macarelli. Another ACLU ad has incurred the ire of police. Focusing on the right of due process and the Miranda warning, it shows bullet holes and tells how New York police shot 41 bullets at unarmed Amadou Diallo, killing him.
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