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The Daily Memo - 9/22/08

check.jpgSure, it’s a few thousand years later, but good on Socrates for finally having his death sentence overturned. Although it was a mock appeal. And he’s still dead. (Supreme Dicta)

check.jpgIs a high-price call girl to blame for AIG’s financial troubles? (Above the Law)

check.jpgThe dude who hacked Palin’s e-mail account may end up getting busted because the stupid idiot couldn’t keep his bragging mouth shut. (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgThe Wall Street Journal’s got a nice overview of our shiny happy financial situation, which “has entered a new, far more serious phase.” (WSJ)

check.jpgThe Library of Congress has lost a sexual discrimination trial filed by a former transsexual employer (er, former employee, not former tranny). (Law.com)

check.jpgFor those of you not following this story out of LA, it’s pretty amazing: “A man pleaded guilty to recruiting and paying homeless people to pose as phony hospital patients in a scheme that billed government programs millions of dollars in unnecessary health services.” (LawInfo)

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Hello. Just wanted to see if you had room to comment on this in the next week: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26835746/

Ben -- I actually saw that story earlier today, and honestly: It kind of went over my head. It made no damn sense to me. My law degree didn't prepare me for that sort of mockery of the legal system. -- DR