Wednesday, 28 February 2007
Cambridge cartoon students questioned by Police
The Cambridge students at the centre of the row over the Mohammed cartoons have been questioned by the police, and may face prosecution under the Public Order Act.
(Hat-tip: Little Green Footballs)
The whole case reminds me of the ongoing prosecution of the editor of the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo, for publishing the Motoons. Across Western Europe, traditional rights of free speech give way to the demands of Muslim barbarians.
I wrote about the increasing incompetence of the police a few days ago. Now it seems that they, and the Crown Prosecution service, are more upset about this, than this.
Once again, one rule for Muslims, one rule for the rest of us.
Update: Harry's Place has obtained a copy of the offending magazine. They aren't showing anyone, but they have provided a summary of its contents, and profess themselves astonished that the story has progressed as far as it has. I quite agree.