Thursday, May 14th, 2009
Good post on the duty of a prosecutor to turn over exculpatory evidence.
The Philadelphia Inquirer has hired John Yoo as a columnist. Finally, the “crushing the testicles of children of suspected terrorists” viewpoint has a platform!
Obama: Still bad on the issues where we thought he’d be bad, and still bad on the issues where we expected better from him. Oh, and he’s also still breaking campaign promises.
Study finds chronic pain patients fear opioids, even though they’re more effective, less dangerous than ibuprofen and aspirin.
Another “you’ve been doing it wrong all along” study: Antioxidants might curb benefits of exercise. Frustrating.
New Hampshire man arrested for using videocamera in lobby of courthouse. Oddly enough, he was there to record the trial of another man arrested for the same thing.
What’s at the bottom of New York Harbor?
Craigslist buckles under pressure from state attorneys general, will discontinue its “Erotic Services” section. Good job, attorneys general! Now that you’ve removed one way (but certainly not the only way) for consenting adult service providers and their consenting adult customers from finding one another, you can turn your attention to prosecuting, like, rapes and murders and fraud and stuff.