Not everyone should be expected to stand against injustice
Concealment is not a criminal intent. And an Innocuous intent is not criminal. The intent needs to have malice. While Aaron's intent is currently unknown (yes we would have found out at trial) the punishment of having to go to trial just to prove your innocence is the opposite of American Jurisprudence. And the outrage is that the prosecutor was going to ask for no more than six months in jail for potential copyright infringement ???!!, malicious digital access, or just being smarter than everyone else and not having the decency to hide the fact. Something is wrong with the justice system when a public prosecutor abuses her authority, and her superior's and the judges allow this to happen. It is not just one person's doing here, it is a whole system of injustice that needs to be brought to light.
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