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You have the legal right to follow anyone you like.
You have the legal right to approach anyone you like and direct a question at them.
In other words, no one has the legal right to punch you if you follow them or ask them a question.
True, you may get angry at a person for following you, and you may get angry at their question, but you are not allowed to punch the person.
Is that not simple to understand?
The law does not allow persons to engage in preemptive assaults on other persons.
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