Wednesday, February 18, 2004

"But That's Different"

A confessed drug addict and suspected felon, with the aid of the ACLU and a clever trial lawyer, is trying to get a judge to suppress on a "technicality" the records which are likely to result in the addict's criminal conviction - they claim that the records, although accurately reflecting the addict's conduct, were improperly seized by the prosecution and should thus be suppressed.

Rush Limbaugh, as you might expect, stands firmly behind the drug addict, the trial lawyer, and the ACLU.


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