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August 19, 2011


Vicki Malia

All members of the bar should be outraged that this attorney was subjected to such a humiliating and unnecessary search. What exactly did this guard think this woman was hiding? She's already in the courtroom (she had to go through metal detectors, etc. just to gain entry to the courthouse.)

And now the judge handling this case thinks “'there is no value to going ahead and banging out heads against this stone wall' if there is nothing for Brown to recover in the end."? Maybe nothing to recover from the deceased guard, but what about the guard's employer?

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