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Monday, 24 March 2014

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Judge Erastus "The Gavel" Bockerbottle is not a very popular judge.

BOSTON - A judge in Massachusetts has just issued a landmark directive which states that Microsoft legally has the right to read peoples email.

Judge Erastus "The Gavel" Bockerbottle ruled that the corporate giant can read emails in the interest of trying to catch Taliban and Al-Qaeda terrorist operatives.

Judge Bockerbottle, who is one of the most unpopular judges in all of New England, commented that his ruling does not constitute a breach of trust since it is simply a ways and means for the company to be able to trace, identify, and report scumbag lawbreakers who have no morals, scruples, or manners to speak of.

Several Massachusetts attorneys have been contacted by their clients and are in the process of bringing some kind of state charges against Judge Bockerbottle.

SIDENOTE: One lawyer said that he is going to use the state's Age Clause due to the fact that Judge Bockerbottle will be turning 93, on April 13.

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