Crack legal minds

I was passing through Waterloo station today, a couple of hours of after the verdict in the big Max Mosley / News of the World court case. The Evening Standard billboard was so inspired that I had to snap it with my phone. It should be remembered that Justice Eady, who was presiding, said in his ruling: “I found that there was no evidence that the gathering on 28 March 2008 was intended to be an enactment of Nazi behaviour or adoption of any of its attitudes.”

The very clever legal minds at the Evening Standard though turned their laser like intellect onto the issue and quickly found a way around it however.

Following the letter of the law: great use of inverted commas