The Political Interest: CHEAP SHOTS AT JUDGES

WHERE CLINTON AND DOLE TOOK PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS TOO FAR

At 5 o'clock in the morning on April 21 of last year, two New York City cops watched four men dump two duffel bags into the trunk of a double-parked red Chevrolet Caprice. The men ran off as the officers approached, but the driver permitted a search of the bags. Inside were 80 lbs. of cocaine and heroin worth approximately $4 million. Later, during a 40-minute videotaped confession, the driver admitted to being a professional drug courier. This had been her 20th trip.

Every child knows what it means to be caught red-handed, but not every judge does. The case was...

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