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Old 25th September, 2008, 06:26 PM
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Looks like the judge saw the constitution being drug out and walked on.
If you take the lawyers possition and look at it with an eye on some different crimes, it starts to unravel. Example. A person has crow bars, bolt cutters, pry bars and other assorted tools in his work shop. He makes it knowen to his next door neighbor, a felon, he can borrow them any time. The neighbor doesn't borrow the tools but gets busted for suspicion of burglary.
Under the Lawyers premise in the copyright case, the man with the tools can be arrested because he made the tools available.
The judge said "Whoa! Back up the trolly!"
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