Posted by MEC on June 14, 2007
If you don’t like the ruling, threaten the judge and his family.
The federal judge who oversaw I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby’s CIA leak trial said Thursday that he received threatening letters and phone calls after sentencing the former White House aide to prison.
“I received a number of angry, harassing mean-spirited phone calls and letters,” U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton said. “Some of those were wishing bad things on me and my family.”
The Bushevik idea of diplomacy is making threats if other countries don’t do what Bush wants. Their idea of public discourse is threatening and punishing people who say things they don’t like. So now we see their idea of the rule of law is making threats if the judge upholds laws they find inconvenient.
I’m not surprised, how about you?
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