And the obelisk in Saint Peter's Square was "acquired" in Egypt by the Romans to decorate the spina. Later some pope decided that it would suit very well his new square.
Can't he provide his lawyer address or some Russian address that is not where he actually lives at? Taxes would be the same in one or another Moscow neighborhood.
If he ends up legal, giving a false address while still paying doesn't seem a serious charge (IANAUS&ATANAL).
If he ends up illegal, he should avoid being arrested anyway (do you get extradited for tax evasion? Even if you are acknowledged a refugee?)
And there is also the issue of dependence from imports.
She can get it when she turns 18 or 21.
Part of her merit is that several Talibans have decided she shouldn't turn 18. And the Nobel prizes are not posthumous.
If I remember correctly, you can also get your postal code (which in the UK has a detailed granularity) painted "indelibly" on your bike.
There's a big difference between the legal firepower available to a small service provider like Lavabit and someone like Yahoo or Google
But, while Lavabit apparently can afford to close down before yielding, can you imagine GMail or Yahoo or Facebook choosing to close? I can't.
The linguist Qian Xuantong proposed the substitution of Chinese with Esperanto.
My ultracheap rate only afforded me a room with windows... that could not be closed.
Will their next phone be called Iphone Sosumi?
What's the German policy on ganja?
My simplistic idea about the West European front of the WW2 is that the Germans had better weapons (rockets, submarines, jet planes, radar,...) but the American kept shipping "liberty ships" or other cheap equipment. Some of them would sink on their own but enough of them managed to attack the Germans that they were overwhelmed.
Just aft of mount 51 (the big gun) and below the flying bridge. solidly welded to the main weather deck, you can see what we call a "break"
Give me a break!
I cannot remember name
Is that why you are an anonymous coward?