L.A. Times on Robbins Case
The Los Angeles Times's Henry Weinstein has this article on the Supreme Court's shameful decision in Wilkie v. Robbins.
Robbins' longtime attorney, Karen Budd-Falen, said: "The Supreme Court majority was not interested in justice for the individual; rather, it was concerned that its decision would open the floodgates of litigation. The majority's decision gives those few unscrupulous federal employees the unlimited ability to harass private citizens without recourse."
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