If Private Citizens Did This They Would Go To Jail
The Real Estate Bloggers points to this story about the Valsamaki case in Maryland, and comments, "Can you create a greater climate for graft and corruption[?] Boss Tweed would be proud. Trying to justify this makes the settlers actions to the [I]ndians look ethical." Here's the Pacific Legal Foundation's brief in the Valsamaki case. Thanks to reader Larry Salzman for the pointer.
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