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Rogue IT admin goes off the rails, shuts down Canadian train switches

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Re: So did the accused admit his guilt?

US law of "criminal tresspass" I presume, still IMHO does not make just being on someone else property a instant crime but it is the US after all and since there are a lot of lawyers making the laws then it is possible.

In the UK we have people coming onto our property all the time to deliver mail, tell you to buy a TV license trying to sell you something or get you to contribute towards the charity who employ them on commission and whilst the later can be annoying we the tax payers are paying for the courts and the solicitors to have their time wasted because some tool can't be bothered to secure their home or is after an insurance payout.

For my part I would prefer to keep my front garden than shoot people if they step on my grass but then again I am not in the US.

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