Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Censorship works.

In Banned Near Boston Stephen Baskerville observes:

"Many people have trouble believing the harrowing tales of human rights abuses now taking place in American family courts and wonder why, if they are true, we do not hear more about it. Perhaps because in many jurisdictions it is a crime to criticize family court judges or otherwise discuss family law cases publicly. In other words, censorship works."

He's talking about the US, but there are other countries with the same practises.

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