User may incur custodial sentence for use of non-court approved words.
August 12, 2003 9:21 AM Subscribe
In a new twist to a theme discussed earlier on MeFi
, on language censorship (but in an entirely different case) the UK might be the first country to jail a man for using a single court-prohibited word
As repellent as the defendant's behaviour was, can such a case of censorship and prohibition of freedom of speech ever be justified?
posted by Blue Stone (36 comments total)
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