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â€œThe trouble is I donâ€™t understand the language. I donâ€™t really understand what a website is.â€Thursday 17 May 2007 at 6:07 pm | In News | Post Comment
Judges will often ask counsel what appear to be blindingly obvious questions not because they donâ€™t know the answer but because future generations will not know. So, when a judge asked who Gazza was and who the Beatles were the judges were eliciting an answer for posterity not because he didnâ€™t know.
As protective of our judiciary as one might feel, it appears impossible to find a benign explanation for Judge Peter Openshawâ€™s when he said, â€œI donâ€™t really understand what a website is.â€
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