Friday, August 19, 2005

The wheels of justice grind slow, but they grind exceedingly fine?

And exceedingly slow.

All I can say is, wow!

Via Scott Kirwin at Dean Esmay.

5 Comments:

At 12:56 PM, August 19, 2005, Blogger Goesh said...

- the big mystery prior to Jimmy Hoffa sleeping with the fishes, or is he hiding out in Brazil??? I liked the part about Crater supposedly being seen on the back of a burro....the lighter side of things is a nice touch to have to a blog that is becoming popular

 
At 1:05 PM, August 19, 2005, Anonymous neo-neocon said...

Goesh--glad to see a real comment here. The first three were spambots, now deleted--arghhhh!! I really don't enjoy being the spambot police.

 
At 3:43 PM, August 19, 2005, Anonymous roman said...

With TV shows like CSI and Law & Order, many people get the wrong idea that most crimes are solved routinely. This post is a perfect example of the reality in law enforcement. Most crimes are never solved. Those that are solved at a later date (cold cases) are solved as a consequence of a deathbed confession and not the crime labs and brilliant detective work.

 
At 3:21 PM, August 20, 2005, Blogger THIRDWAVEDAVE said...

I suspect in the near future you'll get a similar confession regarding JFK.

 
At 3:37 AM, August 22, 2005, Blogger OBloodyHell said...

> With TV shows like CSI and Law & Order

I don't think this is fair to those shows, although true.

How many cops shows do you know who never solved a case? Even if there was an "unsolved case", it is in the context of one of the detectives reopening it and solving it.

NYPD Blue was the same.

It's a pretty rare show that has any cases left open and unsolved. The original Dragnet may have done that once in a while.

Ditto Law shows... how many cases can you recall where the attorneys in question lost a case with an innocent involved?

> - the big mystery prior to Jimmy Hoffa sleeping with the fishes, or is he hiding out in Brazil???

Yeah, I was gonna say, Hoffa's next.

> The wheels of justice grind slow, but they grind exceedingly fine?

Did the wheels of justice grind at all here? The answer is known, but I don't see how anyone paid a price for it...

;-)

Nonetheless, interesting post. Now if only you can track down Trotsky...

 

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