It's beyond stupid to suggest that Sweden paid Cambodia for TPB admin. Why would they do that? It's not personal. And this is Cambodia we're talking about. There would be no need to pay $40 million to the whole government, just a little to one or two people with connections to immigration office.
OMFG you think this isn't personal?!! I suppose all the Assange-hating isn't personal either.
As should all browsers, right? After all, the web is a seething mess of pr0n and should be legislated out of existence...
And what about all the libraries, book stores and newspaper stands? They're full of filth too. Maybe the best bet is to remove childrens's eyes and ears, then they can't be "corrupted". FFS...
But this isn't evidence that Beas was using her phone at the time of the accident. It shows that Beas used her phone at the same time as the 911 call - which obviously was after the accident.
Updating her Facebook status instead of dialling 911 is a mite cold. But is it illegal?
I think part of the difference is that much of the things that happened with the church were the work of individuals. However, the church entity did try to conceal the abuses.
When a pedophile priest committed his first, undetected sex crimes, he was acting as an individual and the church bore no responsibility.
However, when the church found out what the guy was up to, and instead of calling the police it just moved him to a different location where he could indulge himself with other children, the church (IMHO at least) bore direct responsibility, and the bishops/cardinals/popes involved should be charged with aiding and abetting. What else can you call it when senior clergy knowingly place children into the care of a child molester?
Shouldn't that be "doctorevilthebrain"?
Pinky: Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?
The Brain: The same thing we do every night, Pinky - try to take over the world!
Anyway in the end we flushed her baggy
Is "flushed" the expression drug fiends use nowadays? We used to say "snorted"...
Egotist: A person of low taste, more interested in himself than in me. -- Ambrose Bierce