Found an earlier draft of Trump's Cyber-ISIS policy speech
I personally believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because some people out there in our nation don’t have maps and, uh, I believe that our education, like such as in South Africa and, uh, the Iraq, everywhere like such as and I believe that they should, our education over here in the U.S. should help the U.S., er should help South Africa, and should help the Iraq and the Asian countries so that we ill be able to build up our future for our children.
You're right. I tossed sir JOHN out there to point everyone on the right direction.
What's interesting is all the widespread timidity there is about discussing this. Given the egregious, heavy-handed legal tactics JOHN employed to force everyone into rewriting the past, I'd of expected some backlash.
However, the TD article felt like pulled punches, maybe followed by skin moisturizer and a pedicure. No names were even hinted at and no mention of the Streisand Effect. It also didn't seem like Mike was having any fun with the pressure to redact.
It was was surreal and a little spooky.
Of note there has recently been other similar UK injunction on the Press. Three weeks back, names came out that were buried in a 2011 injunction. They were Wayne Rooney & Helen Wood. I don't know who they are and only mention it now because I wasn't sure which philandering UK celebrities I was looking for.
Not that I would have been looking for any dallying jackwad at all if aWeSoME cELebRItY MiND PoWEr hadn't been deployed to make UK courts to censor the press.
Drivers face a choice of either refusing consent to search and therefore increasing the likelihood of receiving a traffic summons, or giving consent to search in the hope of escaping with only a warning. Under those and other like circumstances, it is not a stretch of the imagination to assume that the individual feels compelled to consent.
The court apparently feels motorists would be happier having their rights violated than their car impounded or their traffic stop extended.
In short, the court finds itself compelled by law enforcement to craft a ruling to LEO's liking.