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September 24, 2010

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Buck

When will lawyers grow a pair and file for injunctive relief in federal court under a civil rights claim as designed by the Congress following the Civil War when Southern judges refused to follow the Constitution? At bottom, judges are no angels and real public policy has never favored their immunity. In the late dark ages, benevolent tyrants made judges pay a fine called amercement when they judged wrongly. Now is the time to call the questions and fight. The Country is ready.

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