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The problem with Covid sticks and carrots? Citizens aren’t horses

6 July 2021

5:03 PM

6 July 2021

5:03 PM

It is one thing to protest your innocence to a crime that you did not commit, but quite another to be guilty of an unjust law. 

In the first instance, an individual can hand themselves calmly over to the police and place their trust in the nation’s legal system to deliver them back to freedom.

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