Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Worth registering for, The Times of London's round-up of humorous law stories. "Interesting trials abroad included the sentence by a Berlin court of 13 months probation for a right-wing fanatic who trained his alsatian dog, Adolf, to raise its paw in a Hitler salute. (Roger Boyes wrote in The Times that the dog was not in court but would, no doubt, have pleaded that he was only obeying orders.)" Nice to see that it isn't just the courts in the US that can be disfunctional, notwithstanding the impression we get from our press.
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