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January 27, 2013, 08:56:39 AM
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Now here's justice for you:

All those Duke Lacross players will be marked for life by the court case. You know their names are all over the internet now. Oh, and have they been compensated for that?

Mike Nifong, on the other hand, "will not be eligible to regain his license until 2012." Did he compensate the Duke team for what he did? How about some jail time? (Contempt of court would be appropriate.)

And Carmen Ortiz isn't facing any disciplinary action either. The motel owner is suing the US Government for damages...$600,000 isn't going to break the US Government but it may anger them. The motel owner is playing a dangerous game tweaking Uncle Sam's nose.
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January 27, 2013, 11:12:19 PM
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$600,000 isn't going to break the US Government but it may anger them. The motel owner is playing a dangerous game tweaking Uncle Sam's nose.

hey you never know. the straw and the camels back and what not.

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January 28, 2013, 01:23:29 AM
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It is stories like this that make me think bitcoin will be huge. The government can't seize your bitcoins (that you don't disclose at least). They can take your house, car, bank accounts, etc. But if you rent your house, have a used car, no substantial bank accounts, they will leave you alone.

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