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In this article only New-Zeeland is mentioned as a country, where Incitement in principle is always punishable.
(Also) according to this article [] in the Netherlands this is the case as well, be it that there it ("Uitlokking") is punished equally heavy as committing itselve.
(See this sentence: "De deelnemingsvormen die in artikel 47 Sr worden genoemd (doen plegen, medeplegen en uitlokken) worden net zo zwaar gestraft als wanneer men de werkelijke dader van het strafbare feit zou zijn geweest. Deze deelnemers worden dan ook daders genoemd. De twee vormen van medeplichtigheid die in artikel 48 Sr worden genoemd worden kennen lagere strafmaxima dan het hoofddelict.").
If you google for "R v Whitehouse (1995) 1 Cr. App. R. 420", or even "R v Whitehouse (1995)", the only result is the Wikipedia incitement article....
- Law sources are not always searchable in the same way that, Britney's outfit on Tuesday night is. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 01:20, 20 April 2010 (UTC)
The case reported at  1 Cr App R 420 is R v Pickford, which is also mentioned in the article. It is probably a mistake. It is probably meant to refer to R v Whitehouse  QB 868. James500 (talk) 06:19, 17 October 2011 (UTC)
Not sure why James wants to link to a botanical article when the cannabis being cultivated is clearly as a drug. Seems to em that linking to the drug is strictly non-controversial here whereas linking to a botany article is completely irrelevant♫ SqueakBox talk contribs 14:46, 10 January 2014 (UTC)