'Individualised Hyper-Sensitive Private Censor Intrusion' vs. Baby-Making Jesus


One of the seven Indian states that banned The Da Vinci Code has repented. After reviewing the state's ban, an Andhra Pradesh High Court judge ruled:

The constitution does not confer or tolerate such individualised hyper-sensitive private censor intrusion into and regulation of guaranteed freedom of others.

Heartwarming cross-cultural addendum: Censor-happy Indian officials—much like Brent Bozell's band of orgy obsessed killjoys—hadn't bothered to see the film they sought to ban.