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May 31, 2012

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Emma Young

I guess the prosecutors thought all jurors would be as misguided and gullible as the Chicago jurors who convicted Governor Blagojevich on a similarly silly charge.

Tom Cushman

The Clemons case makes one wonder if real crime has disappeared, and the Government has nothing left to prosecute except this stuff. I think it's a real stretch to make a crime out of a statement that has so little relevance in the real world. Both Congress and the Justice Department must have better things to do.

MurryMom

"more baggage than Southwest Airlines" - I wonder how many decades ago that line originated.

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