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    Ozzie Guillen 5 Game Suspension Means We Are Not As Free As We Think We Are


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     EWillies1961 shared his thoughts on the April 10 suspension of Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen. 'Guillen decided to make a statement, and while it's not the government that's persecuting him, the team and a mob have decided that he doesn't have free speech,' he said. 'His free speech has been limited by business and commerce, private entities are the one that are in control and can determine someone's livelihood.'
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    What ever happened to freedom of speech. Instead of suspending Ozzie, they should ask him why specifically he said what he said. One should remember there are two Cuban exile communities, the oligarchs that hate all that is Castro for disrupting their monopolies and then the others that see Castro as just another brutal dictator like many politicians around the world. I am sure the latter has no problem or give a darn Ozzie's comments.

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