Court refuses obscene name change: F— Censorship

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Date: June 28th, 2008

Category: Uncategorized

SANTA FE, New Mexico – A New Mexico appeals court on Friday ruled against a Los Alamos man who wanted to change his name to a phrase containing a popular four-letter obscenity. The man appealed after a state district judge in Bernalillo County refused his request to change his name to “F— Censorship!” Judge Nan Nash ruled that the proposed name change was “obscene, offensive and would not comport with common decency.”
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6 Responses to “Court refuses obscene name change: F— Censorship”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Another damn crazy person taking up the court’s time.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    This asshole needs to be locked up. He is crazy.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Another crazy person riding next to you on the bus.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    We should gather up all of the queers in the country and send them all to San Fran Sicko and let them wipe themselves out by spreading sexually transmitted diseases to each other.

  5. tammy Says:

    This idiot should be charged court costs for wasting the court’s time with nonsense.

  6. Anonymous Says:


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