July 3, 2007
Strong Scooter commentary around the blogosphere
I have not been able to read closely all the comments to prior Libby posts, but I've seen lots of (thoughtful?) debate worth checking out here. But a bit of quick surfing has also led me to a number of strong discussions of Scooter's fate around the blogosphere. Besides this great wiki on Scooter the muppet, readers will want to be sure to check out these posts from fellow law-bloggers:
- From Ellen Podgor at White Collar Crime Prof Blog: Commentary on Bush's Commuting of Libby's Sentence
- From Orin Kerr at The Volokh Conspiracy: "Politics" and the Libby Prosecution and Why Didn't Fitzgerald Close Up Shop After Learning That Armitage Was the Leaker?
- From Mark Osler at Osler's Razor: Yes, I do have some thoughts on the commutation of Lewis "Scooter" Libby's sentence!
- From Jeralyn at TalkLeft: Hypocrisy, Thy Name is Bush
July 3, 2007 at 12:37 PM | Permalink
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Thank you for this round up. re Scooter:
I would appreciate understanding why Alan Dershowitz argues that it is all about politics. Besides the chutzpah for chutzpah's sake, of course.
IANAL but am a historian with some legal/political knowledge (architectural/cultural historian, I work on federal buildings and need to know the congressional context for their construction). I look for guidance to this historic/tragic moment in our history from the law blogs.
Posted by: BlueStateRedhead | Jul 4, 2007 8:23:24 AM