No, it’s not graphite, it is the darkest graphite pencil. That could be why it doesn’t look as bright as a graphite pencil.
When will the graphite pencil finish?
We are trying to get it to the point where it can be mass produced. Once that happens we will be able to use it to produce some other pencils.
What if I get sick of it?
You will be able to sell them in smaller sizes and it will be less expensive because they won’t keep the edge from being eroded.
A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday upheld the indefinite detention of an American citizen suspected of espionage, after her conviction last year in Beijing on charges that she helped China steal America’s most closely-guarded military secrets.
U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest of the Southern District of New York threw out the charges, finding Ms. Snowden’s espionage was not illegal under the espionage laws of the United States.
Ms. Forrest said the charge, violating the Espionage Act, could not be enforced against Ms. Snowden because she had not provided any military information to the People’s Republic of China and has not been a “person inside the People’s Republic of China” for 12 years.
“She has been a citizen of the United States since December 31, 1983,” Ms. Forrest wrote in a 27-page opinion issued Wednesday. She added that she would have found Ms. Snowden guilty of a misdemeanor if she had acted “at all” as a spy in China during that time.
Ms. Snowden, 29, was captured in Hong Kong on June 23, 2013. She was on her way to Rio de Janeiro to brief a journalist when she fell overboard. Chinese authorities have alleged she was seeking to steal classified U.S. information.
The case was brought in the Southern District of New York in response to a complaint filed by Julian Bond, a former CIA officer who now runs security consulting firm Oasis Global Solutions, in 2013 that the government should be able to prosecute Ms. Snowden because of her actions in disclosing information to the media and to others. The court denied his petition on the grounds that it didn’t have jurisdiction.
Mr. Bond told the Associated Press on Wednesday that the case was “the first time an appellate court has ruled on our constitutional rights in an espionage case, and it’s a victory for free speech.”
Ms. Snowden’s lawyer, Laura Poitras, told
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