Some Thoughts on Hudson v. Michigan

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emptywheel
I saw my friend Dave Moran last night, who is the lawyer that argued Hudson v. Michigan, the recent case about knock and announce rules on searches. As you can imagine, he was pretty uphappy about losing the case. But he had a few more insights I'd like to share. Anthony Kennedy changed his mind Dave believes that, after he first argued the case in January, he had a 6-3 win.
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The Solution to the Iran "Problem" Is in Pakistan

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emptywheel
My question to Mark Warner has begun to attract more attention, though some of the treatment of the question seems to miss the point. But in the interest of clarification, I wanted to explain my thinking in more detail. As a recap, at the blogger's chat after Mark Warner spoke, I challenged the Governor's assertion that Iran was the biggest WMD threat right now.
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