Saturday, June 9, 2007


Judge Walton has really had quite enough with the "inside baseball" stuff surrounding the Libby trial.

When Robert Bork and a whole gaggle of movement-conservative law professors got their ducks in a row and proffered an amicus brief questioning the legality of the special prosecutor, he shot back. Now I remember why Bork was used as a verb a couple of decades back...The dude is just totally mockable. On so many levels...And we can leave his choice of facial hair completely out of it...

It is an impressive show of public service when twelve prominent and distinguished current and former law professors of well-respected schools are able to amass their collective wisdom in the course of only several days to provide their legal expertise to the Court on behalf of a criminal defendant. The Court trusts that this is a reflection of these eminent academics' willingness in the future to step to the plate and provide like assistance in cases involving any of the numerous litigants, both in this Court and throughout the courts of our nation, who lack the financial means to fully and properly articulate the merits of their legal positions even in instances where failure to do so could result in monetary penalties, incarceration, or worse. The Court will certainly not hesitate to call for such assistance from these luminaries, as necessary in the interests of justice and equity, whenever similar questions arise in the cases that come before it.

Heh, heh, teehee...BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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