Kind of like with the turtles, it's seals all the way down. [UPDATE: The local publicity appears to have led the court to unseal the gag order -- so now we know what people aren't allowed to talk about, though they're still not allowed to talk about it.]
The Hamilton, Texas City Manager, claims the police didn't threaten her or forcibly remove the sign, but that "a police member visited the owner’s home, and the owner asked the officer to take the sign.”
A woman's case against the defendants who arranged the prosecution (a police department captain, who was her ex-husband and the target of her speech, and his friend who was a police investigator) can go forward.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Tinker is viewed as the high-water mark for students’ First Amendment rights, but Justice Black’s strident dissent—not the majority—spoke for most Americans at the time.