“Web site” baffles Internet terrorism trial judge

LONDON (Reuters) – A judge admitted on Wednesday he was struggling to cope with basic terms like “Web site” in the trial of three men accused of inciting terrorism via the Internet.

Judge Peter Openshaw broke into the questioning of a witness about a Web forum used by alleged Islamist radicals.

“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.

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I guess no one took the time to inform him that the Internet is a series of tubes.

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1 Response to “Web site” baffles Internet terrorism trial judge

  1. Heather says:

    Seriously? Has he been living underground for the last 10 years?!

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