Should we get prosecute just by posting violent material on the internet?

@iszo07 (473)
May 18, 2007 4:27am CST
I heard somewhere in East London that the court are going to prosecute three Middle East resident for having car-bomb-making manuals East resident for having car-bomb-making manuals and videos of how to wire suicide vests. Do prosecuters really have a case here? What do you think?
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@krayzee (1161)
• Romania
18 May 07
I don't know whether they should be actually prosecuted or not because I don't know if the law says anything about such cases. However I do think the Internet is better off without those articles and I am very happy that someone actually bothers enough to look for this kind of stuff and take it down. I do hope they'll keep it up like that. :)
@cdparazo (5769)
• Philippines
18 May 07
I think that they have a case. What makes a crime a crime is the INTENT. Why should those people post something like that unless they have something malicious in mind such as instigating and encouraging terrorism. Those things should never be shown.
@inhefyh (75)
• China
18 May 07
I think car-bomb-making manuals are something full of dangers. Because everyone can make car-bomb following the manuals. There are enough people who sometime will lose selfcontrol. If their can make bomb, what the world would be?
@ESKARENA1 (18300)
18 May 07
yes i do think anyone in posetion of a car bomb manuel should be prosecuted, why on earth would anyone want a car bomb manuel if not to try to make a car bomb? Also, anyone found with this sort of stuff should be deported immediately blessed be
• United States
18 May 07
i certainly think they have a case!! if they were able to track down the website owner to someone in their jurisdiction, then its smart to prosecute! there are enough terrorists in the world without providing "up and coming" terrorists with the know-how of a step by step instruction manual for killing!