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Revealed: the insidious creep of pseudo-public space in London | Cities | The Guardian
"Under existing laws, public access to pseudo-public spaces remains at the discretion of landowners who are allowed to draw up their own rules for “acceptable behaviour” on their sites and alter them at will. They are not obliged to make these rules public."
law  cities  london 
july 2017 by kevan
Hanafuda - Wikipedia
"Each time gambling with a card deck of a particular design became too popular, the government banned those cards, which then prompted the creation of new ones. [...] Because hanafuda cards do not have numbers (the main purpose is to associate images) and the long length to complete a game, it has a partially limited use for gambling."
japan  cards  games  history  law 
november 2016 by kevan
Do no harm, don't discriminate: official guidance issued on robot ethics | Technology | The Guardian
"Robots should not be designed solely or primarily to kill or harm humans; humans, not robots, are the responsible agents; it should be possible to find out who is responsible for any robot and its behaviour."
robots  law 
october 2016 by kevan
Can an artist ever really ‘own’ a colour? | Art and design | The Guardian
"Painters are outraged that Anish Kapoor, the British sculptor who designed the blood-red Orbit tower for the London Olympics, has exclusive rights to the artistic use of [Vantablack carbon nanotube paint]."
art  paint  colour  law 
february 2016 by kevan
Is an Emoji Worth 1,000 Words? | The Marshall Project
"Prosecutors had been reading aloud from a series of chat logs — without mentioning smiley-faces and other emoticons — when Joshua L. Dratel, a lawyer for the defense, argued that emoticons were significant and should be entered into the evidentiary record."
law  internet  language 
february 2015 by kevan
Same-sex marriages - College of Arms
"We, Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy & Ulster King of Arms, do rule, ordain and decree as follows: (1) A man who contracts a same-sex marriage may impale the arms of his husband with his own on a shield or banner but should bear his own crest rather than the crests of both parties."
law  design 
may 2014 by kevan
Metal Detecting and Digging on the Thames Foreshore
"Scraping the Thames foreshore surface with any type of implement is considered digging."
london  history  law 
march 2014 by kevan
Transcript: Why You Should Never Talk to The Police, by James Duane - BitMote
"I've often asked other criminal defense attorneys, 'in all of you experience, have you ever once had a case where you looked back in hindsight and said 'thank God my client talked to the police.'' They laugh at me."
law  via:danielle 
july 2013 by kevan
Open Season on Patents Starts Thursday, Thanks to Crowdsourced Platform | Threat Level | Wired.com
"Stack Exchange, the popular Q&A site for coders, has teamed up with the Patent Office and Google to crowdsource analysis of patents before they are issued. [...] Users can then find prior art, discuss the patent’s validity, and ultimately submit their evidence directly to the USPTO with the click of a button."
law 
september 2012 by kevan
BBC News - Beastie Boys star Adam Yauch's will bans music in ads
"Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, in no event may my image or name or any music or any artistic property created by me be used for advertising purposes."
advertising  music  death  law 
august 2012 by kevan
All those helmets posts in one place | At War With The Motorist
"[Some] detail about why existing research into the efficacy and safety of helmets for cycling does not come close to the standard of evidence that is normally required and which we would usually demand for a medical intervention (which is what they are)."
cycling  law  clothes  via:bengoldacre 
august 2012 by kevan
Legal Affairs - An Odd Bird
"One [Brancusi] work in particular left them dumbfounded: a thin, 4 1/4-foot-tall piece of shiny yellow bronze with a gently tapering bulge called Bird in Space. It didn't look like a bird to the officials, so they refused to exempt it from customs duties as a work of art. They imposed the standard tariff for manufactured objects of metal: 40 percent of the sale price, or $240."
art  law  metal  birds 
july 2012 by kevan
3D printing's forthcoming legal morass (Wired UK)
"Observers predict that in a few years we'll see printers that integrate scanning capability. [...] Once kids start merrily copying toys, manufacturers will push to hobble 3D printing with laws similar to the Stop Online Piracy Act."
plastic  games  design  law 
june 2012 by kevan
Drunken Bohemian Rhapsody rendition may offer fame, but no fortune - The Globe and Mail
"On the ride back to the police station, Wilkinson decided to belt out a manic but lyrically faithful rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody. [...] Content ID caught a 'melody match,' and notified EMI, the music company that owns the rights to Bohemian Rhapsody."
music  sound  technology  law  police 
may 2012 by kevan
YouTube Identifies Birdsong As Copyrighted Music
"All content owners have reviewed your video and confirmed their claims to some or all of its content: Entity: rumblefish; Content Type: Musical Composition."
birds  sound  law  delusions 
february 2012 by kevan
Underground ghost station explorers spook the security services | UK news | The Guardian
"The expedition last year was supposed to be the second last stop in a tour of the capital's 18 'ghost' tube stations. Instead it has sparked a legal battle over the human rights of a community of photographers dedicated to visually documenting restricted areas across the world – and pointing out security loopholes."
london  underground  secrets  law  photography 
february 2012 by kevan
A Historic Declaration: Welcoming Apollo 11 Crew Back to Earth - CBP.gov
"On July 24, 1969, customs inspectors at Honolulu, Hawaii filled out a general declaration form for the space travelers. Recording their trip from Cape Kennedy to the moon and back to Hawaii, the form listed 'moon rock and moon dust samples' as the cargo."
space  law  history  via:newsmary 
october 2011 by kevan
FAA Looks Into News Corp’s Daily Drone, Raising Questions About Who Gets To Fly Drones in The U.S. - Kashmir Hill - The Not-So Private Parts - Forbes
"[Ryan Calo] has voiced concerns [about] paparazzi drones that could be used to fly around using facial recognition technology to find and obsessively photograph Brad Pitt. [...] After [News Corp's] The Daily broadcast some incredible footage of Alabama after it was devastated by storms, UAS Vision reported that The Daily owns a MicroDrone MD4-1000."
robots  surveillance  air  law  news  via:amuchmoreexotic 
august 2011 by kevan
Zediva Streams New Releases Through Copyright Loophole | Epicenter | Wired.com
"The company literally rents you a DVD and a DVD player, with your computer, tablet or Google TV as the remote control. [...] Zediva doesn’t need to get permission from the studios to rent out discs, since once they buy the DVD they are free to rent it out or re-sell it, thanks to the first-sale doctrine in U.S. copyright law."
films  technology  business  law  via:zarba 
march 2011 by kevan
Photographers' rights campaign spawns lens cloth launch news - Amateur Photographer
"Despite government assurances to AP, photographers are needlessly prevented from taking pictures in public every day. But with our Photographer's Rights lens cloth you'll be able to quickly and politely point out what your rights are."
law  photography  via:tim 
june 2010 by kevan
Texas' gay marriage ban may have banned all marriages | McClatchy
"This state or a political subdivision of this state may not create or recognize any legal status identical or similar to marriage." [...] "Radnofsky [says] the wording of Subsection B effectively 'eliminates marriage in Texas,' including common-law marriages."
law  nomic  politics  mutation  via:zarba 
november 2009 by kevan
Woman Sues Toyota Over 'Terrifying' Prank
An unclear-consent Toyota email campaign backfires. "Duick claims she had difficulty eating, sleeping and going to work during March and April of last year after she received e-mails for five days from a fictitious man [who] said he was on the run from the law, knew her and where she lived, and was coming to her home to hide from the police."
delusions  law  advertising  email  camrad  via:holly 
october 2009 by kevan
As Jurors Turn to Web, Mistrials Are Popping Up - NYTimes.com
"[Jurors] are required to reach a verdict based on only the facts the judge has decided are admissible, and they are not supposed to see evidence that has been excluded as prejudicial. But now, using their cellphones, they can look up the name of a defendant on the Web or examine an intersection using Google Maps, violating the legal system’s complex rules of evidence."
law  web  society  phones  via:waxy 
march 2009 by kevan
S.F. may crack down on 'flash mob' antics
"[Pillow fight] feathers also filled the Vaillancourt Fountain and threatened to jam and burn out its pumps. [...] DPW assigned three extra cleanup shifts - a total of 69 employees and an extra street sweeper truck - costing about $19,000."
society  law  litter  pollution  via:waxy 
march 2009 by kevan
Atheist bus ad campaign not in breach of advertising code
"The ASA Council concluded that the ad was an expression of the advertiser’s opinion and that the claims in it were not capable of objective substantiation."
advertising  religion  law 
january 2009 by kevan
Pacific NW | The Game | Seattle Times Newspaper
A 2002 ARG that left a player paralysed. "The suit, filed in Las Vegas, confronted a unique question: What exactly was The Game? Was it like an extravagant softball league, where a player who blows out a knee sliding into second base assumes responsibility? Or was it akin to a bungee-jumping business, where the owners have a duty to avert risk?"
games  design  args  law  via:waxy 
january 2009 by kevan
Australian couple served with legal documents via Facebook - Telegraph
"The Facebook profiles showed the defendants' dates of birth, email addresses and friend lists - and the co-defendants were friends with one another. This information was enough to satisfy the court that Facebook was a sufficient method of communicating with the defendants. [...] The judge stipulated that the papers be sent via a private email so that other people visiting the page could not read their contents."
law  australia  society  web 
december 2008 by kevan
Euromyths - Keyword index
The European Commission's weary catalogue of tabloid nonsense. "Euromyths are scare stories based on hearsay, rumours and half-truths, many of which have been repeated so often that they have become accepted truths within the public and media consciousness."
news  lies  law  via:catriona 
july 2008 by kevan
One Way Pendulum (1964)
A suburban 60s family divided into their own absurd pursuits, with a gawky Jonathan Miller teaching speak-your-weight machines to sing in the attic. A brisk, no-nonsense acceptance of the absurd, although it lingers a little too long on some of its ideas.
filmlog  4stars  law  construction  society  music 
may 2008 by kevan
Facebook can ruin your life - Science, News - Independent.co.uk
"[A man] was ordered by magistrates not to contact his estranged wife, but when he joined Facebook, an automatic 'friend request' was sent to everyone on his email list, including his former partner. [He] was arrested and got 10 days in jail."
law  society  email  spam  design  via:currybet 
february 2008 by kevan
Richard Prince - Jim Krantz - Photographs - Art - New York Times
"What do the photographers who took the original pictures think of these pictures of their pictures, apotheosized into art but without their names anywhere in sight?" [...] "I never associated advertisements with having an author."
advertising  art  mutation  photos  crime  law  via:hoaxes 
february 2008 by kevan
Adam's Rib (1949)
"I don't make the rules." "Sure you do. We all do." A proto-feminist snapshot of the forties, Hepburn cracking through alternate scenes of lucidity and surreally dated equality arguments, her dramatic courtroom reveal being almost incomprehensible today.
filmlog  4stars  law  society  crime  love 
january 2008 by kevan
Passport To Pimlico (1949)
The logistics of a sudden micronation, played out slowly and simply and full of Blitz spirit, but with a lot more logical consistency than I remembered. Apart from them forgetting about the Thames.
filmlog  3stars  london  politics  society  law  food 
october 2007 by kevan
China Regulates Buddhist Reincarnation - Newsweek Beliefs - MSNBC.com
"By barring any Buddhist monk living outside China from seeking reincarnation, the law effectively gives Chinese authorities the power to choose the next Dalai Lama."
religion  law  china  via:bateleur 
august 2007 by kevan
Chaos theory | The Guardian | Guardian Unlimited
The mass adoption of decimalisation, seatbelts, smoking bans and digital television. "Once a change in our environment forces a change in our behaviour, we manage to convince ourselves, internally, that the change is morally right."
society  psychology  television  cigarettes  money  law  via:lmg 
august 2007 by kevan
Food manufacturers target children on internet after regulator's TV advertising clampdown | Food and drink | Life and Health
"Brands such as McDonald's, Starburst, Haribo and Skittles are using the internet to target children now that new rules from the media regulator Ofcom have made it difficult to advertise during children's television."
food  advertising  law 
july 2007 by kevan
Church to demand apology from Sony // GamesIndustry.biz
Manchester Cathedral in Resistance: Fall of Man. "For a global manufacturer to re-create one of our great cathedrals with a photo-realistic quality and then encourage people to have gun battles in the building is beyond belief and highly irresponsible."
games  religion  weapons  simulation  law  architecture 
june 2007 by kevan
Code of Practice on Noise from Ice Cream Van Chimes etc. 1982 [pdf]
"It is an Offence to sound your chimes so as to cause annoyance: [...] Except on approach to a selling point [...] When in sight of another ice-cream van which is trading [...] More often than once every 2 hours in the same street."
food  law  ice  sound  via:tim  filetype:pdf  media:document 
june 2007 by kevan
Life Style Extra - Farmer Built House Inside Barn To Avoid Planning Permission
"[Farmer Graham Head] built the bungalow, complete with bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, central heating and wall-to-wall carpets, inside the barn and used bales of hay to camouflage it."
architecture  law  cheating  secrets  via:hoaxes 
march 2007 by kevan
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Nintendo DS)
A simple, plodding show-item-to-person detective adventure game, brightened up by the ridiculous manga styling - presenting evidence during witness testimony in court, with a triumphant text-flash "objection!" explosion. Linear but time-killing.
gamelog  2stars  law  crime  puzzles  lies  death  mysteries 
february 2007 by kevan
Crowds gather goods washed from stricken ship | Guardian Unlimited Environment
"Police have been handing out forms to salvagers on which they must declare the items taken. The forms will then be sent to the official Receiver of Wreck, who will resolve the question of ownership."
pollution  litter  law 
january 2007 by kevan
The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 (Hays Code)
"Most arts appeal to the mature. [...] This art of the motion picture, combining as it does the two fundamental appeals of looking at a picture and listening to a story, at once reaches every class of society."
history  films  law  sex  politics  via:holly 
january 2007 by kevan
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834
"A fully searchable online edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court."
history  crime  law  london  via:qwghlm 
january 2007 by kevan
Twelve Angry Men (1957)
A decently heavy-handed look at the strengths and flaws of the jury system; crumpling straw men and frustratingly unpursuable post-trial revelations from amateur detectives in the jury.
filmlog  3stars  law  crime 
december 2006 by kevan
Orchid Fever - Eric Hansen
Scattered interviews on the trail of collectors, judges, and smugglers. Some good historical angles, but the smuggling issue is laughably one-sided, CETIS never being interviewed, and Kew Gardens built up as a den of tea-drinking British supervillains.
booklog  plants  law  crime  police  mutation 
november 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited Technology | Do robots dream of copyright?
The robot Philip K Dick, still headless. "In some circumstances a live person might be able to sue for defamation if the representation was 'lowering his reputation in the eyes of right-minded people'. But not a dead one."
robots  law  books  simulation 
september 2006 by kevan
Scotsman.com News - Council facing brush with the law over ban on litter patrols
"Council chiefs have admitted they will be breaking the law by halting street cleaning in a Lothian town. But they have vowed to go-ahead with the tactic in a bid to shock the public into clearing up after themselves."
litter  law  society  via:arbroath 
september 2006 by kevan
No symbol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Under a UK Statutory Instrument, the red area must take up at least 35% of the total area of the sign within the outer circumference of the 'no symbol'."
signs  law 
september 2006 by kevan
Intolerable Cruelty (2003)
A surprisingly thin attempt at a modern screwball comedy; the cynicism's far lazier and duller than equivalents from the forties, and the leads are boringly flat and unengaging. Barely recognisable as having anything to do with the Coen Brothers.
filmlog  2stars  love  law  money 
august 2006 by kevan
Comment is free: Are the Millionaire three innocent?
Jon Ronson reassesses Charles Ingram. "People are known to cough on unconscious triggers. People with coughs and throat irritations may experience the need to cough as the correct answer to a question - one which they knew - were read out."
television  games  cheating  law  ronson  via:lmg 
august 2006 by kevan
globeandmail.com : Comma quirk irks Rogers
"A grammatical blunder may force Rogers Communications Inc. to pay an extra $2.13-million to use utility poles in the Maritimes after the placement of a comma in a contract permitted the deal's cancellation."
language  law  money  nomic  via:leonard 
august 2006 by kevan
AOL News - Spanish Parliament Supports Rights for Apes
"Spain's parliament is to declare support for rights to life and freedom for great apes on Wednesday, apparently the first time any national legislature will have recognized such rights for non-humans."
apes  law  via:collision 
june 2006 by kevan
State Wildlife Bounty Laws by State
"...and present an affidavit to such officer stating that said ears or head are of the animal the person killed, and that the person has not spared the life of any such animal within the person's power to kill."
mammals  birds  death  law  money 
may 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited Books | News | Smithy's code: new twist in Da Vinci drama
"After remaining undetected for three weeks [...] it has emerged that Mr Justice Peter Smith could not resist slipping a code of his own into his judgment on the case."
books  secrets  law  via:qwghlm 
april 2006 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Comment is free | Why the intelligent design lobby thanks God for Richard Dawkins
"The nub of Ruse's argument is that Darwinism does not lead ineluctably to atheism, and to claim that it does (as Dawkins does) provides the intelligent-design lobby with a legal [separation of church and state] loophole."
religion  america  dawkins  law 
march 2006 by kevan
Retro Rip-Offs: The Classic Gaming Clone Wars from 1UP.com
"These days it's World War II-themed squad-based combat and urban warfare sandbox mass-murder simulators. In 1993 it was first-person shooters. In 1986 it was side-scrolling mascot platformers. In 1980 it was maze games."
games  history  law  mazes 
february 2006 by kevan
Legal Affairs - Dragon Slayers or Tax Evaders?
"I inquired about barter income, specifically the difference, if any, between a painting for which the owner paid $6,000 bartered for half a year's rent and a virtual castle with a value of $1,200 [...] bartered for 10 million pieces of virtual gold."
games  law  money  mmorpgs  via:holly 
january 2006 by kevan
Telegraph | News | Israelis to be allowed euthanasia by machine
Sabbath-clock killer robots. "Normally, carers would override the alarm and keep the respirator turned on but, if various stringent conditions are met, including the giving of consent by the patient or legal guardian, the alarm would not be overridden."
law  religion  death  robots  via:yoz 
december 2005 by kevan
Travaux (2005)
Parisian lawyer having her flat rebuilt by immigrant workers, at the mercy of an overenthusiastic architect and vague romantic-comedy cliche, all made a bit more bearable for being French.
filmlog  2stars  france  law  architecture  construction 
december 2005 by kevan
Times Online: Time please, but see you all again in 40 minutes
Licencing laws changing at midnight Thursday. "The main beneficiary of the hour-long interregnum will be the fast-food industry, which is expected to do a roaring trade for those drinkers who are turfed out for 40 minutes on Wednesday evening."
drinks  law  food  nomic  via:qwghlm 
november 2005 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Sex bias case tests church rule that clergy's boss is God
"An earlier case involving a Church of England rector, Ray Owen, found that, under laws dating back nearly a century, clergy were not church employees at all but office holders - in effect employed by God."
religion  law  business 
october 2005 by kevan
EULAlyzer
"EULAlyzer can analyze license agreements in seconds, and provide a detailed listing of potentially interesting words and phrases. Discover if the software you're about to install displays pop-up ads, transmits personally identifiable information..."
software  spam  law  download  via:brendan 
october 2005 by kevan
USATODAY.com - Spyware can constitute illegal trespass on home computers
"While the court acknowledged that this historical legal doctrine over time has applied to personal property (such as damaging or stealing a person's bicycle), the court [...] denied the motion, allowing the cause of action to proceed to later trial."
law  computers  crime  spam  web  via:ole 
october 2005 by kevan
BBC NEWS | How do hunters plan to get round the ban?
Appalling Nomic-style loophole-surfing. "While the Act forbids hunting of hares, it allows hunting of hares which have been shot. [...] There is no guidance on either how shot the hare has to be or what it has been shot with."
law  dogs  cheating  nomic  sport  via:holly 
september 2005 by kevan
Yahoo! News: Aries man sues over negative horoscope
"A Frenchman born under the sign of Aries who sued a newspaper for giving him an unfavorable horoscope was told he was wasting the court's time and ordered to pay 350 euros (425 dollars) in legal fees." Typical Aries.
law  delusions  future  via:zarba 
september 2005 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Case of château despair for US winemakers
"From 2008 US vineyards will no longer be able to boast that a wine hails from a château unless they can prove its grapes are grown within sight of a castle. [Expressions such as] vintage, noble and classic, will also be banned unless they are true."
drinks  law  america  advertising  language  via:zarba 
september 2005 by kevan
Telegraph | Law to ban war protester 'does not apply to him'
"[New laws] make it an offence to demonstrate in a designated area if, 'when the demonstration starts', the police have not give authorisation. Mr Haw argued that the law did not apply to him because it was not in force when his demonstration started."
police  law  nomic  via:qwghlm 
july 2005 by kevan
BBC NEWS | Killer's fate hanging on his IQ
"The intellectual stimulation the killer got by constant contact with lawyers in the case is thought to have raised his IQ above the threshold of 70, which puts him in line for the death penalty in Virginia."
brains  death  america  law 
july 2005 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Dave Birch: The age of sousveillance
"It could be [cameraphones], rather than CCTV, that contain the key clue to the identity of the bombers: confirmation that Big Brother is 'us', not 'them'."
surveillance  phones  terrorism  law 
july 2005 by kevan
ChinaTechNews.com : Valuable Resources Aim To Curb Online Game Addiction
"Kou has asked several Chinese software companies to develop a system that will stop players' scores from accumulating after a certain point. [...] Those games who do not have the anti-addiction system will not be approved for distribution in China."
games  software  china  psychology  law  pointless  via:foe 
july 2005 by kevan
Scientific American.com: A Culture of Death
"NuTech is at the forefront of [...] the 'deathing counterculture,' in which nonmedical death practitioners offer referrals, consultations and house calls. 'They are taking the place of physicians to deliver virtually undetectable death assistance.'"
death  technology  medicine  law  via:mindhacks 
june 2005 by kevan
Mandeville's Fable of the Bees
"No Bees had better Government / More Fickleness, or less Content / They were not Slaves to Tyranny, / Nor ruled by wild Democracy; / But Kings, that could not wrong, because / Their Power was circumscrib'd by Laws."
bees  law  money  poetry  politics 
may 2005 by kevan
ABC News Online: US moves to ban billboards in space
The Federal Aviation Administration proposes regulations against orbital advertising. "Big and bright advertisements might hinder astronomers."
space  advertising  law  via:holly 
may 2005 by kevan
Science News Online - Applying the math of cake cutting to conflict resolution
Mining rights and divorce settlements. "The country seeking to mine would divide that area into two portions. An independent agency representing the developing countries would then choose one of the two tracts, reserving it for future use."
law  maths  love  money  food 
april 2005 by kevan
BBC NEWS | Snapping the dead pope on a camera phone
"Regulations about photographing and filming a dead pope were bought in after Pius XII's personal doctor, Riccardo Galeazzi-Lisi, sold sensationalistic photographs of the dying and dead Pope to the media in 1958."
phones  photos  death  religion  law 
april 2005 by kevan
ABC News Online: Online gamer killed for selling cyber sword
Actually killed. "A Shanghai online game player has stabbed to death a competitor who sold his cyber sword for real money. The sale created a legal dilemma because China has no law covering the ownership of virtual weapons."
games  death  roleplaying  weapons  law 
april 2005 by kevan
The Independent: Schiavo parents claim daughter has tried to tell of desire to live
"Mrs Schiavo had tried to vocalise the sentence "I want to live". She was only able to complete the first two words but her intention was clear, the lawyer said."
death  law  famine  pestilence 
march 2005 by kevan
SSRN -The Perfect Crime by Brian Kalt
"This article argues that there is a 50-square-mile swath of Idaho in which one can commit felonies with impunity. This is because of the intersection of a poorly drafted statute with a clear but neglected constitutional provision."
law  cheating 
march 2005 by kevan
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Wal-Mart to get around law limiting size
"Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, is employing a new tactic to get around a Maryland town ordinance that limits store sizes - build two outlets right next to each other."
shops  law  cheating 
march 2005 by kevan
Guardian Unlimited | Asbo bars suicidal woman from rivers
"The magistrates issued an Asbo preventing her from "going into rivers, canals or any open water in England and Wales", venturing on to railway lines or loitering on bridges."
law  death  police  depression 
february 2005 by kevan
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