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Rachael Baylis wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk
Fri Aug 15 18:52:00 2003

> > " The women were acquitted in a landmark case at Liverpool Crown Court 
> > 1996 having argued that their act was justified in law as they were
> > preventing British complicity in genocide"
>This illustrates a major flaw in the Justice system. As far as I know
>nowhere in
>UK law do 2 wrongs make a right. The women you mentioned were guily of
>criminal damage. If they wanted to stop a illegal act by the UK government
>or other UK agency they should have gone through the courts.

It's all a question of ends and means, isn't it. Is it right to do something 
wrong to
prevent something else wrong? That's always a difficult question to answer.


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