Sucking Up Means Always Having to Say

you’re sorry. Even if there’s a veiled threat involved.

LONDON — A British judge apologized Thursday to a suspected Islamic militant ordered to appear in court for an extradition hearing on one of the Muslim calendar’s holiest days.
…”For me it is not a problem,” he(Haroon Rashid Aswat) told the judge. “I can understand it is about technical difficulties. But for these people doing these bombings in this country, they are very simpleminded – they take it as an insult.
(Judge) Workman apologized for the timing of the appearance, saying: “If I had known we would have picked a different day.”

One Response to “Sucking Up Means Always Having to Say”

  1. Dave J says:

    Judge Workman should be ashamed of himself. The wheels of justice may turn slowly, but they’re not supposed to STOP for anyone.

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