Court Grants Terrorist in Prison A "Right to Privacy"
In the court of the absurd, any fool can be a judge. That appears to be the case in France, where the Versailles Administrative Court has ruled that Islamic terrorist Salah Abdeslam has the right to a private life in prison. Adding insult to injury, the court in Abdeslam's litigation issued an award of €500 Euros – approximately $560 to Abdeslam for his pain and suffering while being monitored. Read More in IPT News