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A Brilliant Defense by Robert McCulloch

       As an attorney, I have a lot of sympathy for Robert McCulloch because of the situation he was put into. It must have been very difficult for a defense attorney to also have to play the role of a prosecuting attorney for the benefit of public perception. On the one hand, he had to pretend to want an indictment and at the same time, he had to vigorously defend the rights of his client, Darren Wilson. There is a reason why this dual role procedure is rarely performed any more.

Update: Dec. 29, 2015, and the beat goes on.
As an attorney, I have a lot of sympathy for Timothy McGinty because of the situation he was put into. It must have been very difficult for a defense attorney to also have to play the role of a prosecuting attorney for the benefit of public perception. On the one hand, he had to pretend to want an indictment and at the same time, he had to vigorously defend the rights of his clients, Frank Garmback and Tim Loehmann. There is a reason why this dual role procedure is rarely performed any more.

Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,
We're finally on our own.
This summer I heard the drumming,
One dead in Ferguson.

Gotta get down to it
police are cutting us down
Should have been done long ago.
What if you knew him
And found him dead on the ground
How can you run when you know?

Gotta get down to it
Police are cutting us down
Should have been done long ago.
What if you knew him
And found him dead on the ground
How can you run when you know?

Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,
We're finally on our own.
This autumn I hear the drumming,
More dead in Ferguson.

5 comments:

  1. It's still the 1960s. Because race-baiting still works for the GOP.

    And our side happily delivers slightly less evilism (and reaps the resulting corporate payola). They could crush the goopers by delivering economic results for their voters, but where's the profit in that?
    ~

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  2. Publius at Digby's place makes a good case for the "Open Rebellion Caucus" in the Senate. Worth a read thunder.
    http://digbysblog.blogspot.com/2014/11/enough-is-enough-open-rebellion-caucus.html

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  3. I really appreciate your professional approach. These are pieces of very useful information that will be of great use for me in future.

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  4. Anonymous00:08

    Beat that fuckin' drum to death. Only makes you look more foolish.

    There were several investigations into Darren Wilson's actions including the Justisce Department. None found any evidence Officer Wilson acted outside his duty.

    None

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