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Date: Mon, 3 May 2010 12:34:55 +0200
From: Christian Sciberras <>
To: Ed Carp <>
Subject: Re: go public to avoid jail

No, I'm being damn realistic. If it weren't me providing a knife to "my
buddy" it would be someone else, or some kitchen drawer.

Also, why do I go to jail, not the shop owner that sold me the knife? Or the
factory owner?

It's this guy that should be liable to the crime, not the provider.

On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 12:04 PM, Ed Carp <> wrote:

> Oh, stop it.  If you give your buddy a knife, knowing they're going to
> go out and stab someone with it, you're going to jail, too.  Stop
> playing the fool.

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