WFFOT: Free Speech Friday


Rathakrishnan Velu attempts to pull with his teeth a seven-coach train with a combined weight of 297.1 tonnes at an old railway station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2007. Rathakrishnan dragged himself back on the rail tracks to haul the the 297.1 tonne (327.5 short tons) train over a distance of 2.8 meters (9 feet and 2 inches). (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

/I am impress.

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Clinton case heard by 3 judge panel today

Fred Lucas has the story:

Barely a week after questions emerged about suspicious donations to Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, a three-judge panel in California will hear arguments Friday regarding an illegal fundraising event from her 2000 Senate campaign.

The California Court of Appeals, Second Appellate District, will hear arguments about whether Clinton, a New York senator and leading Democratic presidential candidate, should be a defendant in a lawsuit brought by Hollywood mogul Peter Paul.

Attorneys for each side will also debate the inclusion of a videotape as evidence – a video in which Clinton can be heard apparently agreeing to plan a fundraiser, which was later determined to be illegal by the Federal Elections Commission (FEC).

The appeals court, made of two Democratic appointees and one Republican appointee, will issue a ruling within 90 days.

Paul’s legal counsel, the United States Justice Foundation (USJF), filed a brief in July. It said the videotape “captures the very commission of a crime, namely, that of knowingly soliciting, coordinating and accepting federal campaign contributions far in excess of the legal limit of $2,000.”

Drip, drip, drip,

h/t n2l


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