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Making a Murderer Lawyers Interview

Posted on: January 31st, 2016 | in Criminal law, Death Penalty, Miscellany

I’ve only managed to get around to “Making a Murderer” this weekend. It’s astounding to me that guys like Prosecutor Ken Kratz and the profoundly hopeless Ken Kachinsky, for the Defence, exist. Below is a great post-series interview of Ken Kratz and Dean Strang by Megyn Kelly.

Pioneers, Stolen Lethal Injection Drugs & Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning

Posted on: March 12th, 2012 | in Death Penalty

I’m sure when Jon Bruning approved this video, he was hoping it would portray him as a real Nebraskan – one of ours – standing on the shoulders of pioneers. Instead, it reminds me of Willa Cather’s 1923 essay, “Nebraska, The End of the First Cycle”: In Nebraska, as in so many other States, we… { Read More }