Is what happened to the eyewitness ID blog? Anyone? Did they move and just not tell me?
The police come knockin’. All I have to say about this story is that they were in a hotel. Think about it. What does a hotel have a lot of? (Yes, there’s the interesting question of whether a liquor license makes a place “public” even if it is closed, but I don’t care enough to research it.)
If anyone tried to print or e-mail something on the blog in the past week, you probably met with no success. Unbeknownst to me, the plugins handling those functions had been updated and I had to do some reconfiguring behind the scenes. They work now. Sorry. Next time, just drop me a note and I’ll fix it ASAP.
Watching a news report on the interrogation of the 8 year old in AZ. The prosecutor’s story is that he was not being interrogated, but interviewed, so no need for a lawyer or guardian. I’ve never heard such bullshit in my life. Not even from my clients.
Someone needs to explain to me how this works. Three co-defendants in a cop-killing trial in NYC are tried together, but each has their own jury. Short, thin and fat are being tried in front of green, blue and yellow. And this is considered efficient?