13 February 2008

Scalia keeps an open mind!

I know that US Supreme Court Justice Antonin "You Don't Need a Weatherman to Tell Which Way My Wind Blows" Scalia tends to be the most outspoken of the Court's members but is it really appropriate for him to give interviews in which he makes it clear that he has already made his mind up on any case related to torture (before he has even heard it)?

I am certain that should such a case arise that Justice Scalia will, wishing to avoid any sense of impropriety, recuse himself from joining in the opinion. Right?

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