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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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Ron Tschudy

I'm not a lawyer, but the potential direct effects and other reverberations of the final judgments of this case seem to me mind-bogglingly transformative to our legal system. Put this together with Citizens United --which seems to imply that people are corporations (no sic)-- and you get ... a bottomless docket of John (and Jane) Doe complaints and suits against any and everything imaginable. Why not just encourage EVERYONE (judges and jurors included) to use aliases, wear masks, redact their testimony, etc.? Who needs to know who anyone is and exactly what they're saying?

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