Man wheels a huge stack of boxes into room; each full of paperwork and photo images. "We've been watching you for awhile," he says. "We don't like the way you have been questioning our abuse of your liberties or how you're not conforming. So we constructed a watertight case against you."
Timothy, I had to get gross to come up with five places. Does that mean my imagination needs work or therapy?
This seems to be a case of mistaken definitions. Cell phones are totally different to smart phones. A cell phone doesn't have voice-activation, search functionality, or simulated sex apps - microwaved or not.
I'm surprised their legal claim didn't just say that Belv and Her both contain the letter E, which they clearly stole, so put a fork in it. Case closed.
Many, if not most, professional associations (e.g. lawyers, accountants, etc.) have strict codes of conduct for members of the association. If a member is found to have breached the code, they're brought before a panel/tribunal and the matter is usually publically published including the punishment. I donít see why police officers should be any different to similar practices. Perhaps it should be compulsory for all employees?