Some New Concepts

Do you know that feeling when you hear or read something that just offends something about your sense of fair play, but you don’t take the time to tease out the details? You just know in your gut something is wrong. Fred Clark‘s recent post*, well, yesterday’s, put a tidy label on some concepts that I’ve had a difficult time… Continue reading

Guilty on All Charges

I mentioned in my post back in October, Jury Duty in Marin, that I narrowly escaped having to serve on jury duty in the case People vs. Cutrufelli. The previously convicted felon was convicted on all charges. Cutrufelli broke into the home of a 90 year old man, shot him in the head (jaw as it turns out), and tied… Continue reading

In the Good Grief Category

“Former South Dakota State Rep. Ted Alvin Klaudt — presently serving time for raping his two foster daughters — is sending bizarre ‘copyright notices‘ from prison to news agencies and outlets that use his name in print or online, claiming a ‘common law copyright‘ on his name and demanding $500,000 for any unauthorized use.” (Via: Rapist ex-lawmaker claims copyright on… Continue reading