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March 16, 2005

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Scotus

Don’t ask, don’t tell is pretty difficult in this case, because the defendant made a point of trying to obstruct the court, and was given a a letter (produced in the record) telling him to cut it of. In fact, Mr. Turney can be said not to know the meaning of “don’t tell” because his entire life has been devoted to “telling.” In this case, a lawyer actually turned him in.

Also, Frank hates the ACLU and most lawyers, so he probably alienated all except the OPA lawyer who (quite ably) represented him.

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