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'''Kourt''' is the human name for the robot justice system enacted following the [[One:Cohabitative_Soft_Peace|Cohabitative Soft Peace]]. The technical name for the system is '''<nowiki>'K005-ExtProcess|3-HumInterf|(Judgement{Ruling[Punitive]})|</nowiki>''' but as that is problematic for the average human to remember let alone pronounce, the Kourt terminology is universally understood.
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'''Malus Malus''' (alternatively spelled Maluus Malus, though this may just be a typographical error) is the putative author of the mysterious novel, ''Load of Bollocks''.
  
The Kourt process is performed by dedicated Legal Enactment And General Law Enforcement robots (called the Legal EAGLES) each day. Trials are carried out by processing available surveillance and sensory data, and can take up to 45 minutes, longer if the case requires human testimony (often acquired through neuroscanning). Rulings are handed down immediately by the presiding Legal EAGLE and may not be appealed. Typical punishments include fines (payable in most non-static currencies), imprisonment (for periods up to 50,000,000 minutes), forced [[One:Robotification|robotification]], or (most commonly) death. The bodies of terminated convicts are forfeited for use in [[One:Alies|ALIES]] maintenance and nourishment.
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The popular and critically acclaimed novel ''Load of Bollocks'' appeared on or about Darjeeling 25, 55 AK. Copies of it (along with appropriate electronic bibliographical and/or inventory data entries) were found on that day in libraries, bookstores, private book collections, cafés, laundromats and other likely places across the globe. It has never been determined if the appearance of the book was a massive prank or a genuine anachronism, but the sheer magnitude of such an undertaking suggests that it is unlikely to be a prank.
 
 
Kourt observers have noted a pronounced recent trend towards lenient punishments and even the occasional acquittal. For example, the recent trial of the [[One:Lahore Seven|Lahore Seven]] ended with a total sentence of 42 minutes of imprisonment and a fine of 2.1 grams of [[One:Exotic Metals|gold<sup>7</sup>]]. Official Kourt spokesbots assure the populace that this trend is not related to recent acts of [[One:People People|infoterrorism]].
 
 
 
==Citations==
 
 
 
*[[One:Alies|ALIES]]
 
*[[One:Cohabitative_Soft_Peace|Cohabitative Soft Peace]]
 
*[[One:Exotic Metals|Exotic Metals]]
 
*[[One:Lahore Seven|Lahore Seven]] (FL)
 
*[[One:People People|People People]]
 
 
 
[[Category:WCA-Submissions]]
 
*[[One:Robotification|Robotification]] (FL)
 

Revision as of 09:05, 31 December 2012

Malus Malus (alternatively spelled Maluus Malus, though this may just be a typographical error) is the putative author of the mysterious novel, Load of Bollocks.

The popular and critically acclaimed novel Load of Bollocks appeared on or about Darjeeling 25, 55 AK. Copies of it (along with appropriate electronic bibliographical and/or inventory data entries) were found on that day in libraries, bookstores, private book collections, cafés, laundromats and other likely places across the globe. It has never been determined if the appearance of the book was a massive prank or a genuine anachronism, but the sheer magnitude of such an undertaking suggests that it is unlikely to be a prank.