So, another would-be terrorist is freed by the courts under the protective umbrella of the Human Rights Act. Sorry, but I thought the Human Rights legislation was suppose to protect the rights of those of us who actually uphold the law and not those who place themselves outside its jurisdiction by breaking it. I suppose we must have such legislation, in order to deal with those states and individuals who will otherwise bully unmercifully. But can't we counterbalance it with some Human Responsibilities legislation? A bit of balance here would go a long way toward convicting the criminals and toward re-invigorating a piece of legislation that is rapidly becoming worse than a joke, a very bad one, to most right-thinking people.