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151.  (a) Any person who advocates the willful and unlawful killing
or injuring of a peace officer, with the specific intent to cause the
willful and unlawful killing or injuring of a peace officer, and
such advocacy is done at a time, place, and under circumstances in
which the advocacy is likely to cause the imminent willful and
unlawful killing or injuring of a peace officer is guilty of (1) a
misdemeanor if such advocacy does not cause the unlawful and willful
killing or injuring of a peace officer, or (2) a felony if such
advocacy causes the unlawful and willful killing or injuring of a
peace officer.
   (b) As used in this section, "advocacy" means the direct
incitement of others to cause the imminent willful and unlawful
killing or injuring of a peace officer, and not the mere abstract
teaching of a doctrine.

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