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February 06, 2007

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Listening to a paid agenda activist like Richert is much like deciding whether to quit smoking based on commercials paid for by the cigarette companies - unreliable, laden with bias and forgetful of the role played in the first place.

To the best of my recollection, Richart was an early "keep it all hidden" advocate.

Bottom line is that if one of the non-governmental parties wants it open, it needs to be open. Plus, courts have got to stop handing out unconstitutional, first amendment squelching gag orders to aggrieved litigants.

State agents screw up and are unaccountable, and our systems foster this. How better to expose it than by the press? It isn't as if any significant relief will come from judicial review or judicial discipline.

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