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So, it's finally happened. (S)He pushed you just once too often, and now (S)He's lying on the floor in a pool of blood.
What do you do next ?
We'll tell you. You reach for the BorgCo Crime Scene Kit. It's a prepacked case containing everything you need* to solve your problem; overalls, rubber gloves,
special detergents, and a book on how to get rid of bloodstains; a tough Tyvek bodybag; where to check for hair and fibre deposits; sprays to denature DNA, and a guide to identifying likely dump sites. On the enclosed CD-ROM is software to allow you to print authentic-looking receipts, along with a self-destructing printer, so they're untraceable - just right for your alibi.
Why pay for a fancy lawyer to keep you out of jail ?
*(Sign saying "Dead Nigger Storage" not included - special order only)
"Dead Nigger Storage"
Tarantino at his funniest [8th of 7, Jun 02 2010]
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||I think you'll have to sell it to a decoy market in order
to do it legally. Perhaps a "kill your cat" kit, 8th?
||Would the publisher be an accessory *before* or *after* the
fact? Or would this be protected speech?
||All the components of the kit are freely and legally available ... even books on "How to commit the perfect murder".
||The availability of components isn't a very strong argument.
The availability of "How to commit..." books is somewhat
stronger, but I assume that any prosecution of the publisher
would have to come after the commission of a crime which
(provably) relied on the book. Since I've never heard of such
a prosecution, I'm wondering what's the obvious defence that
deters it? Free speech, or something else?
||HB un^H^Hfortunately has more engineers than lawyers, so I
don't know if I'll get an answer.
||You would only need a small disclaimer saying, "for entertainment purposes only."
||It's sold as a "novelty item for display only", so good luck with your lawsuit.