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Re: [News] The Anti-Linux Police Loses

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____/ High Plains Thumper on Thursday 28 May 2009 13:39 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Justice Rules Police Can't Steal Other Kid's Toys
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> According to the police, who couldn't even identify Windows,
>>> much less Linux, calling it "not the regular B.C. operating
>>> system," Calixte was suspected of — as are all citizens
>>> being smacked around with the CFAA — "obtaining computer
>>> services by fraud or misrepresentation" and obtaining
>>> "unauthorized access to a computer system," because the
>>> emails — if they were from him — were sent anonymously.
>> `----
> It took someone from the highest court in the state to give a
> proper ruling and release the student's equipment back to him.  I
> think they were hoping that the student could not afford a proper
> defence lawyer and would just suffer injustice without his
> equipment and a way to fight.
> I think Massachusetts has become a Police State, so much for the
> Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.
> Don't let them catch any businesses using ODF to archive
> documents.   :-)

A lot of popular movements come from Massachusetts. They must be terrified.

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