Saturday, October 30, 2010

Conrad Black Seventh Circuit Remand Opinion

Oh well. Nobody ever accused Judge Posner of being subtle. Bottom line: the Seventh Circuit upholds the obstruction of justice and two fraud counts and sends one count back for retrial. But then Judge Posner suggests that the government move to dismiss the remanded count and that the trial court re-sentence Black to the original sentence based on the acquitted conduct. He also manages to hold forth on "the obviously nonexistent crime" of "carnal knowledge of a fictional mouse." You just have to read it. Here is yesterday's opinion in U.S. v. Conrad M. Black, et al.


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