Under The Sun
Tuesday, April 01, 2003
Eric Muller of IsThatLegal sez:
"By the way, I think the short answer to the question of whether Arnett is guilty of treason is "no"--but not because he lent the enemy no aid and comfort. It's because the crime of treason also requires proof of an intent to betray the United States, and I can't see any evidence of that here, let alone enough to get to a jury."
I stand corrected: I guess this is one of those rare cases where stupidity is a legitimate legal defense.
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