Back to Law School for Janet Reno
Pruden, Wesley, The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
Janet Reno huddled with her Justice Department lawyers yesterday over how to continue mangling the rights of Elian Gonzalez, but what she really wants is to find Elian's inner tube.
Miss Reno's bottom, like that of her chief deputy, the tough-talking Eric Holder, will glow in the dark for days following the blistering applied by the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Miss Reno will need the inner tube. (Mr. Holder can sit on her lap).
Rarely has a federal court shown such contempt for the work of government lawyers, treating with disdain not only the Justice Department arguments, but the adducing of the facts.
Justice Department lawyers are notoriously arrogant, often mistaking the power …
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