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This is one of those situations where you really have to scratch your heads. A judge is being asked to preside over a case where there is strong Internet based evidence against Terrorists, but claims he doesn’t even know what a website is…

“The trouble is I don’t understand the language. I don’t really understand what a Web site is,” he told a London court during the trial of three men charged under anti-terrorism laws.

Prosecutor Mark Ellison briefly set aside his questioning to explain the terms “Web site” and “forum.” An exchange followed in which the 59-year-old judge acknowledged: “I haven’t quite grasped the concepts.”

It’s not a good day to be the prosecution…

Source: Scientific American

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