An interesting snippet caught my eye this morning. Did you know that it is legal for the State to dictate who can mix with and where you must live? And then put you in prison if you don't do as you are told? Without a trial?
A terrorism suspect has won a High Court battle against an order which stops him from living in London.
The Home Office wanted to continue the ban to prevent him from associating with a south London-based network of Islamic extremists.
But his wife refused to live in Leicester, near where he grew up.
The judge ruled that ordering the man - known as AN - to return to live in Leicester would have an adverse affect on his wife and six-year-old son.
AN, a British citizen born in a small town in Leicestershire, is currently on remand at Belmarsh prison in south-east London charged with a breach of an initial control order after he attempted to abscond from Leicester.
AN was appealing under the 2005 Prevention of Terrorism Act against the home secretary's latest refusal on 3 August this year to modify his control order to allow him to live in London with his family.
I'll say it again. If you suspect him, charge him. Put him on trial. If you don't have enough evidence to convict him, let him go. When did we start building Gulags?