Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Indian trust case to get new judge
They should rerelease and update Helen Hunt Jackson's famous work and rename it "Centuries of Dishonor."
... an appeals court ordered the removal of a judge who had repeatedly vowed to expose a cabinet level agency whose "spite" he said, has led it to turn its "wrath" on trust beneficiaries and engage in "willful misconduct," "iniquities," "scandals," "dirty tricks," and "outright villainy."
The removed judge had called the Interior Department "a dinosaur -- the morally and culturally oblivious hand-me-down of a disgracefully racist and imperialist government that should have been buried a century ago, the last pathetic outpost of the indifference and anglocentrism we thought we had left behind."
(And that is inaccurate how? -- ER)
Read all about it.
Read the opinion of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the latest development in the infamous Cobell case.
America's really good at destroying what it doesn't understand only to replace it with something the victim finds horrendously unpalatable.
Make of that last statement what you will... I'm sure I'm thinking of something completely different.
If I were the Administration I wouldn't be too eager to move the case to another judge. I would have left it with this one. Better the devil you know than the one you don't know.
Love these type cases. They take for ever and generally die with a whimper rather than a big blast.
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