Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Great Moments in Judicial Independce

Let's check the rules here: when an elected representative of the people criticises a sentencing decision, that's a grave assault on the principle of judicial independence , but when a member of the legal profession slaughters an outsider, and is then bought before a legal tribunal staffed by his legal colleagues, which exploits a Frankensteinian reimaging of the law to let him off, why, sir, that's the very model of a functioning justice system.

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