New Zealand still has anti blasphemy laws

New Zealand still has an anti blasphemy law, though neither the prime minister nor the Anglican archbishop was aware of the fact.

The law – which appears not have been used since 1922 – came to light after reports that British entertainer Stephen Fry faced police investigation in the Republic of Ireland for comments he made about “a capricious, mean-minded, stupid God”. Continue reading

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