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Graham v. Florida: What Justice Thomas Gets Right, Part II

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  1. Ponyo says:

    It’s always fascinating to me how Supreme Court Justices can easily reinterpreted that which supposedly has already been decided simply by pointing to so-called “ambiguities.” I’m not saying what they do isn’t valid, but it definitely points to how arbitrary our legal system can be. I found this article about lawsuits being filed against the oil company responsible for this spill in Mexico:
    Now despite the injustice, I’m sure the litigants’ cases will be dismissed.

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