Monthly Archives: May 2012

Liberty Gibbert: When libertarianism turns nasty and censorial

Recently there was an interesting blog on Liberty Gibbert about an article about the case of a judge ordering that a trial involving a man who had plead guilty to “detaining” his sister-in-law “for advantage to intimidate and assault” after … Continue reading

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When the fair go, is anything but

Recently there was an article about the case of a judge ordering that a trial involving a man who had plead guilty to “detaining” his sister-in-law “for advantage to intimidate and assault” after denying and having dropped an attempted murder charge; … Continue reading

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