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5. Re: Morning Safety Dance May 1, 2012, 14:03 eRe4s3r
 
If you stop and think about that as well, you would realize that these 2 things are very different. Terrorists could only possibly be caught and put before trial when they act, that means, (actually try) to get materials, convert it into explosives, get weapons or get training. A physical crime in mostly every step. And even mostly illegal in every step. What you call planning is better called preparation (because simple planning is most certainly NOT a crime in any decent legal system) once anyone acts on a plan, that's when it's a crime.

Say someone has a plan to wipe out humanity with a doomsday weapon He has yet to actually build/invent it though... you think that's a crime? ;p

On the other hand, that communication they "publicized" could just as easily never have turned into an actually attempted crime. Unless they actually lured em in to an address and literally sprung a trap. At least, from what the article said happened it is confusing to me.

Actually, Is that really different in the USA? Here honey pots have to physically catch someone with CLEAR proof that the wanted to commit a crime. Saying "he planned" or "maybe" is never enough for any judge to even hear the case. Unless you had proof. So maybe I just hit a cultural barrier here

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