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June 29, 2009


herbert creech jr

Ginsburg dissent demonstrates that no reasoning would have placated her unless the City won - result oriented jurisprudence at its finest. Not only was she not content to do an ad hominem blast at Alioto, who is in a position to defend at least, but in a footnote took a swipe at poor fireman Ricci! No civil rights testing expert he. In her haste to reach a result, she even cited as in in her favor a piece of evidence that manifestly went against her; ie., that the New Haven prima facie case 'percentage' fell below the 80% marker. This emphatically rebukes, not supports, her position.

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