Monday 11 February 2008

When is a crime not a crime?

Presumably when our lovin' government is doing it - especially when it's for our protection. Of the host of examples that spring to mind, the state's violation of lawyer confidentiality by bugging conversations between defence lawyers and defendants/prisoners is so blatant, many will just shrug. Indeed the 'four legs good' crowd will bleat their approval - as they will continue to do right up to the point the bolt is shot through their addled brains.

It's time to accept that our government has gone completely criminal and is out of control.


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