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Old 09-09-2008, 09:52 AM   #8
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After reading his comments in full I have to disagree With the idea that he was accusing federal courts of corruption.

Bias, yes, corruption no.

the point he makes, i believe is that by virtue of its location, it sees a lot of publishing related cases. as such being human, the judge msy give a little more credence to a known party. also, judges normally don't like to upset previous rulings's so that can be a factor.
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