Saturday, 13 May 2006


As you may have gathered from the lack of posting, I am on vacation in Memphis with Internet access that could be best characterized as “spotty.”

Those of you that care about the lacrosse thing can read the latest here, as well as the news that Our Favorite Cabbie Moez Mostafa was arrested on an outstanding warrant in what may be the clumsiest effort at witness intimidation since, well, the last time Mike Nifong threatened someone involved with the case with something.

For those of you who don’t care about the lacrosse thing, I’m enjoying my semi-working vacation. More soon, maybe…


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[Permalink] 1. Alfred Sumrall wrote @ Sat, 13 May 2006, 7:37 am CDT:

Didn’t know you were in Mempho; you know the drill (unless you’re too busy “working,” of course).


Have fun in Memphis, Load up at Corky’s for some great BBQ.

Questionable move shutting down the Duke case so quickly. It has remained a bombshell a day(or every few days) type case.

I think the posters on this site drifted over to talkleft which has set records according to their moderator. I say this only because of the great content you provided on the case, but I do realize that you have a life outside of the Duke universe.


Well, if new events really justify the wall-to-wall coverage, I’ll get back to it… but for now, there hasn’t been a lot except continued Nifong idiocy.


Maybe Monday will be the big day in this case. Here is a an explosive new article:–734516.html

Bill Thomas’s quote about the semen being freshly deposited in her was the biggest thing I took out of it. It didn’t appear this was residue from sex 10 days before.

Nifong is downright malicious after learning this news. I hope that he is brought up to state bar and vilified by the Durham community.

[Permalink] 5. Len Cleavelin wrote @ Mon, 15 May 2006, 12:09 pm CDT:
...what may be the clumsiest effort at witness intimidation...


Back when I was a public defender, the Circuit Attorney of St. Louis would routinely run warrant checks on defense witnesses the day before trial, and if a witness had an active warrant or sixteen, he’d have him/herarrested as they were walking into the courthouse under supoena to testify.

Nifong sounds like a rank amateur.


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