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May 20, 2007

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JFC

Criminals get lied to all the time. In this case the government also lied to the judge. No wonder she was willing to spend a week or so listening to the recording with an interpreter.

S. COTUS

Good point. What even makes this stranger is that, as I pointed out here,the feds resist recording because jurors might not like their methods.

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