November 08, 2007

or not

Well the Solicitor General has done what he felt he needed to do. I'm sure the activists are glad they don't have to pay for the trial (and they can stop worrying about possible conviction). However, the general public will never know what evidence the police had about whatever it was that the cops were so concerned about. It occurs to me that the SG's comment that the activities of the activists were worrying was based on the uncontested evidence of the police. He may have had a different view if the activists had been able to put their side of things.

Instead he pretty much said they were guilty but the cops wouldn't get a conviction. This gives the activists no right of reply except in the media.

Posted by carla at November 8, 2007 07:30 PM
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