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  1. Robert Montrose says

    Who’s holding the hammer?

  2. WJS says

    And this is where it all goes to hell, I take it? It’s pretty concrete when you’ve transgressed against a person. But when you add offenses against “society” into the mix, you open the floodgates. With a little rhetoric, you can then spin anything into a crime, and you get farces like we saw previously.

    • It’s not about adding offenses against society to the mix – those always existed, think sedition, treason, heresy. It’s about taking away the concept of crimes against private persons being private.

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