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» Secret Case Before the Supreme Court? from Captain's Quarters
The California Yankee notified me of a notable development: the US Supreme Court has agreed to consider an appeal of a case that, up to now, doesn't appear to exist. California Yankee provides plenty of background on the case, discussing [Read More]

» The secret case from PunditFilter
California Yankee has excellent coverage of "The Secret Case" pending before the US Supreme Court. The case, M. K. B. v. Warden, et al, has been sealed and now a group that includes CNN, ABC, NYT, and the Washington Post... [Read More]

» Judicial Secrecy from Insults Unpunished
The California Yankee has a post regarding M. K. B. v. Warden, et. al., a case that was completely sealed in the lower courts and is currently under review by the Supreme Court. Several media outlets have filed to have... [Read More]

» We don't need no stinkin' public oversight... from It Can't Rain All The Time...
Via this post at Insults Unpunished comes this post at California Yankee discussing the strange case of M. K. B. v. Warden, et al.. This case is beyond bizarre. Not only were the charges and proceedings secret, but the very... [Read More]

» The Secret Case from DarrenKaplan.net
California Yankee is all over M. K. B. v. Warden, et al., a case with virtually no public record that the Supreme Court is considering for certiorari. Fascinating stuff on the outer fringes of the legal front of the War... [Read More]

» Building a Mystery from Signifying Nothing
The California Yankee has been keeping up with developments in the rather unusual Supreme Court case known as M. K. B. v. Warden, et al.. Link via VodkaPundit, who has two theories on why the case is being hidden from... [Read More]

» Mysterious Case from The Audhumlan Conspiracy
California Yankee has information about a very secret Supreme Court case: The most disturbing aspect of this case is that not only that all of the lower courts’ proceedings have been held in secret, but that the lower courts concealed... [Read More]

» The secret case remains secret. from It Can't Rain All The Time...
Via California Yankee comes news that SCOTUS has refused to hear the “secret case”. The Supreme Court’s decision means it is okay for a federal appellate court’s published calendar to be obliterated to omit the names of litigant... [Read More]


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