jerome at jeromebaum.com
Wed Mar 23 03:29:24 CET 2011
"Robert J. Hansen" <rjh at sixdemonbag.org> writes:
> To repeat what I told you earlier: *there was no such trial*.
When did you tell me this?
> This is an urban legend in the community. No one has ever been able
> to produce a citation for me. I've asked, quite a lot of times, and
> I've done my own digging in Westlaw trying to find it. To the best of
> my knowledge, it doesn't exist. What exist instead are different
> trials for evidence spoilation and related charges, in which the
> defendant's possession of those tools is directly related to the
"We find that evidence of appellant's Internet use and the existence of
an encryption program on his computer was at least somewhat relevant to
the state's case against him,"
The Internet use might be, but "the existence of an encryption program
on his computer", considering there was absolutely _no_ evidence of
encrypted imagery, was certainly not relevant to the case.
The guy was convicted, and for the right reasons, but the encryption
software shouldn't have been allowed.
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PGP: 2C23 EBFF DF1A 840D 2351 F5F5 F25B A03F 2152 36DA
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