[RC5] 120 years prison for running d.net?
rmalayter at bai.org
Mon Jan 7 12:59:24 EST 2002
From: Puwer98 at aol.com [mailto:Puwer98 at aol.com]
>or failing that come and live in the UK
The United Kingdom does not exactly have an exemplary record in the area of
prisoner's rights. Search, seizure, and arrest practices that are
long-standing tools of British law enforcement would be considered
unreasonable and illegal in the U.S.
Ever see _In the Name of the Father_? Or read the fine print of the U.K.'s
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000?
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