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Reed's lawyer Anthony Jordan said, " I read the statement coming out of the mayor's office. There is no indication from there or anywhere else that my client requested any special treatment," Jordan said outside his office. last Tuesday near East Ninth Street and Rockwell Avenue on suspicion of drunken driving.No one can possibly say with a straight face that anyone first amendment rights are in jeopardy here. No sane person believes that the mayor of Boston can hold up someone permit because he doesn like what the CEO of CFA has to say. No court in the land would permit it; the mayor himself has since admitted as much. Indeed, these so called attempts to quell first amendment rights have had the effect of amplifying those words. We should all be so lucky as to have our cause publicly trashed by the mayor of Boston.