Comment 63745

By Fred G (anonymous) | Posted May 19, 2011 at 11:23:57 in reply to Comment 63741

Much of the evidence in this case appears to be publicly available. Have you read his twitter feed, for example?

To any rational human his communications imply no intention of hurting anyone. Only when twisted and taken out of context do they take this form.

He clearly challenged the integrity of the authorities, and they've taken the bait. This is about suppressing a dissenter, a misfit, an abnormal, not about keeping the public safe.

I believe dissent should be encouraged, provided of course it does not harm anyone. Harm in this case does not include damaging the reputation of the government, or the credibility of the authorities.

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