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The Judicial Branch does the right thing

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posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 10:30 AM
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A porn company monitored people downloading one of its' films for a period of several months, and at the end of that time, filed a court case against the hosting provider, and asked the judge to order the company to reveal the worded addresses which were tied to the IP addresses they had recorded. The judge declined.

The man interviewed in this video, discusses a number of ways in which companies which claim to be copyright holders, attempt to use the legal system as a means of gaining illegitimate revenue.

This is not the only case I've seen recently, which implies to me that the Judicial branch, at this point, stands alone among the three branches of the American government, in even intermittently and periodically serving the genuine public interest. I think we've seen that the Congress and the Executive are both irredeemably corrupt...but apparently, the judges still occasionally act in a manner which suggests that, the other two not withstanding, integrity has not yet entirely departed from the bench.




posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 10:37 AM
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This is not the only case I've seen recently, which implies to me that the Judicial branch, at this point, stands alone among the three branches of the American government, in even intermittently and periodically serving the genuine public interest. I think we've seen that the Congress and the Executive are both irredeemably corrupt...but apparently, the judges still occasionally act in a manner which suggests that, the other two not withstanding, integrity has not yet entirely departed from the bench.


Yes, the "justice system" actually worked in this case...But the operative word in your paragraph is "occasionally". It should be all the time. Integrity has pretty much departed from the bench, but occasionally, it returns to remind us just how far we have fallen.



posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 10:59 AM
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They probably like pron as much as all the rest of us regular non-robed folks.

What's under the robe, anyway?

The answer is: You don't know.



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