Thoughtcrime - 18 Jan 2013

If the government of a particular state puts you on trial for "aiding the enemy", and a judge rules defense of your motive inadmissible, has that judge just declared that you were indeed "aiding the enemy"?

If not, and you can "aid the enemy" without meaning to do so, am I "aiding the enemy" by asking this question?  Or am I just "aiding the aider of the enemy"?

Bonus:  Who is the enemy?

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