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Short Take: Nuremberg Files mirror shut down

A free-speech advocate in the Netherlands took down her copy of the controversial anti-abortion Web site, the Nuremberg Files. The site lists more than 200 abortion providers' contact information and calls for the "baby butchers" to be "brought to justice." A federal judge and jury agreed the site was a "threat," prompting two U.S.-based ISPs to shut it down.

    A free-speech advocate in the Netherlands took down her copy of the controversial anti-abortion Web site, the Nuremberg Files. The site lists more than 200 abortion providers' contact information and calls for the "baby butchers" to be "brought to justice." A federal judge and jury agreed the site was a "threat," prompting two U.S.-based ISPs to shut it down.