Sunday, May 17, 2009

The Pharisee's Phearless Phorecast

Ok, maybe Phearful.
Walther will recuse herself. As I was telling a friend this evening, she's lost control of the proceeding. It's worse than that I believe from watching the superficial symptoms from a distance. She's not following it. She is hardly a great jurist. She's out of her depth and deathly afraid of ruling.

When she limits the time, testimony and cuts people off she can control the size and scope of the case so that the ruling fits what she's allowed to happen. This battle has grown to big for her ability. She's lost and incapable of making a coherent ruling.

We'll see though, I may have to eat my words but I am willing to step out on another limb. Let's see how long I last.

Either it's recusal, or it's ruling against the evidence.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well with Long and Doran caught possibly lying under oath, it would be pretty tasteless to rule in their favor. At any rate, if she were going to do that, she should have done that the first day, and then the shock would be delivered and parties working on the next phase which would be a mandamus to order her not abuse her discretion so flagrantly.

But now it's too late for a mild shock ruling. Too much information has come out that casts doubt on the state's motives. It's not a little game anymore, and I think she knows it.