Plaintiff chose to read aloud various Bible passages which he thought were anti-homosexual during and near gay pride parades.  The paraders and their sympathizers heckled plaintiff and then some began assaulting him.  For his own safety, the police told him to move away from the parade and arrested him when he refused to do so.    Held, the police violated plaintiff’s First Amendment rights as there were other less restrictive means by which to preserve the public peace while still letting plaintiff speak, such as telling protesters to take a step back, calling for more officers, or arresting the individuals who ultimately assaulted plaintiff.