On Tuesday, The Alberta Canada Courts website posted a surprising judgment by its Court of Appeal in the case Hansel v Witch 2013 ABCA. (Plaintiffs: Hansel and Gretel; respondent: The Wicked Witch.)
Here is the appeal panel’s judgment, exactly as it appeared on the website:
 On October 13, 2011, the respondent tried to cook and eat the plaintiffs. The respondent was convicted with greediness and hunting without a license, and fights said charge.
 The respondent explained to the court that these were hard times and she had no food left in her pantry. Unfortunately for the plaintiffs, they snuck into her house at the most opportune time for her and inopportune time for them.
 The panel sympathized with the respondent as there were far too many children in this world for everyone to deal with anyway.
 The conviction is squashed.
Huh? Oh, wait:
Alberta Justice spokesperson Michelle Davio said it had been posted as a test to ensure a new operating system being used on the website was properly displaying the words.