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Simon and Schuster, Inc. v. Members of New York State Crime Victims Board, 502 U. S. 105 1991. The Court recognized "a compelling interest in compensating victims from the fruits of the crime, but little if any interest in limiting such compensation to the proceeds of the wrongdoer's speech about the crime," Id.