Weird thing is, he's guilty.
By that I mean, as a self-professed psychic who consults spirits, he is
practicing sorcery. The very act of trying to consult a spirit is all it
takes. Sounds silly to us, but that's the way they define it.
Hell, there were clergymen right here in the good old US of A who
burned Harry Potter books because they promoted witchcraft. Scary.
And Saudi Arabia is our "ally"?
Wasn't witch burning banned some time back?
They claim it's for deniability, in case something goes wrong. Just like lawyers "practice" law. (I strongly suspect they invented the phrase.)
Then again, maybe not.
I may need foot surgery again to correct what highly rated orthopedic surgeons did 25 years ago. Tell me again they're not practicing!
Funny thing, but I would never get away with "practicing" public relations, much less "practicing" education. I wouldn't pay the body shop to "practice" auto mechanics on my car. Or pay a restaurant to "practice" food preparation for my meals. Would you pay a pharmacist to "practice" dispensing your medication? How about your accountant? Could he "practice" preparing your taxes?