Category Archives: Law, suits and order

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

A quarter century before Chauvin, another cop was convicted of murder

The New York Times reported the conviction of that cop, Paolo Colecchia. I had forgotten his name. But I will never forget the name of the man he murdered: Levi Gaines. His full name was Nathaniel Levi Gaines, Jr. but … Continue reading

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Is aptitude at serious multi-tasking required for federal agents?

For more than a year I’ve been thinking about the coming employment boom among the federal agencies. After all, the former guy’s minions gutted the agencies and/or employed incompetents to fill the jobs. So I’m figuring there will be tons … Continue reading

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I am pissed about NYC mayoralty campaign. Really pissed.

I’ve been seething lately over my city’s mayoral election campaign. And I’m doubly pissed off that I feel impelled to say something about it. Scott Stringer is far and away the best candidate for City Hall. He has been far … Continue reading

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