Bomber Mirandized, Gosnell charges dismissed, Huskies logo questions

Another wild and wacky week in Wonderland Photo: Jim Bozeman

MILLINOCKET, Maine, April 28, 2013 - Once again, it seems that we have been committed to an insane asylum where the meds aren’t working. Or maybe we are in a more maddening Matrix where if you pick up the blue pill, it turns red, or, if you pick up the red pill, it turns blue, so what to do? How do you choose?

Here are some real-world examples of madness:

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1 - Federal Judge Marianne Bowler walked into the middle of the FBI interrogation of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Mirandized the suspect, cutting short the interrogation.

Never mind that under current law, the FBI had sanctions to conduct the interrogation.

2 - Philadelphia Judge Jeffrey Minehart dismissed several charges against Dr. Kermit Gosnell with Gosnell’s attorney, Jack J. McMahon declaring “There is not one piece of real scientific evidence that any one was born alive.”

There was no jury present at these dismissals.

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In some circles, dismissal of charges equals condoning the actions. We can hope there is a special place in hell reserved for Gosnell, his assistants, and Judge Minehart.

And since it is a given that lawyers are going to hell, let’s hope attorney McMahon gets an “upgrade.”

Huskey logo

Huskey logo

3 - Carolyn Luby, attending the University of Connecticut wrote a letter to the school’s president. In the rambling, confusing letter Ms. Luby tries to somehow equate the University’s new sports logo with the notion that it somehow promotes violence against women.

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She also suggests that Uconn “is more interested in fostering consumerism and corporatization than education and community.”

Read her letter attached above and form your own opinion.




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Jim Bozeman spent most of his working years in the printing business. Much of his work involved copy writing and proof reading. Born and raised in the Deep South, Jim is now retired and living in central Maine. 



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