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February 7, 2009

Two different pieces about different justice problems inside the Beltway

The Washington Post has two terrific recent pieces about two terrifically different concerns about the operation of justice systems inside the Beltway.  Both of these piece are must-reads for very different reasons:

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re: Colbert King's piece--gee what a surprise, urban jurisdiction, lenient on criminals and juvenile criminals in particular, and there are murders directly traceable to such lenience.

The "news" piece is just agenda journalism and laughable at that. Does anyone truly believe that the ascension of Eric Holder is going to do a thing about the "face" of the criminal justice system?

Posted by: federalist | Feb 8, 2009 10:56:22 AM

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