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November 02, 2009



It's time the media stopped constantly describing the accused woman in headlines and leads as a "convicted felon" (stemming from a decade-old child custody dispute) and started describing her more accurately as the judge's ex-girlfriend or ex-paramour. Makes it sound like a stranger stalking in which a judge has been threatened by virtue of coming into contact with a dangerous criminal rather than what it apparently is.


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