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Weekly Alibi
 Jul 1 - 7, 2010 
Independence Day is here again and so is the Alibi's annual Freedom Issue. This year we're learning all about the civil liberties guaranteed to every American, and what to do if those liberties are violated by the fuzz.
The Bill of Rights
The first 10 amendments to the Constitution in their original form.
A lawsuit has been filed against a trust that directed investors to fallen local real estate broker Doug Vaughan.
Peter Case is a revered power pop guitarist who in the mid-'70s helped found the L.A. punk scene. For the last quarter century, though, his musical work has lived in the realm of folk rock. We chat with Case about the transition.
Downtown's bright blue P'tit Louis Bistro not only looks like it was plucked out of turn-of-the-century Paris, it tastes like it too.
Exit Through the Gift Shop is a documentary about street artists and their quasi-legal mixture of art and vandalism. But is it an actual Banksy-directed film or just another one of his pop cultural pranks?
New Mexico's African American Legacy, on exhibit at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, teaches you things you didn't know you wanted to know.

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