Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

Practicing the perp-walk smirk

Wandering around Twitter, I saw one of those oft-repeated photos of Paul Manafort buttoning his jacket as he enters a courthouse. He is beginning to move his mouth into the Manafort Smirk, that weird smile he (and his wife) displayed … Continue reading

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Our crazy, upside-down world: porn, crime, $$$ and a prayer uh-oh

From Harper’s Weekly Review: Porn ‘n’ crime A Minnesota man won $75,000 in damages in a lawsuit against his parents after they threw out his “irreplaceable” collection of pornography, and a pair of burglars in Ontario apologized and offered to … Continue reading

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How do you transform a protest into a riot?

The New York Police Department gave us a vivid demonstration during the peaceful protests over the murder of George Floyd. Here’s how you do it: An Unprepared N.Y.P.D. Badly Mishandled Floyd Protests, Watchdog Says “I look back with remorse,” Mayor … Continue reading

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