13 January 2007

Some issues of representation for you today as I sweat out the end of a flu infection.

Two suspected graffiti practitioners were accidentally run over by a tube train last night. And that's a terrible thing - but is it art? Meanwhile in an area which for the sake of argument we'll say is "included within the definition of the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the US and accordingly is within the US", the burden of proof is fluttering in a trade wind. Charles D. Stimson, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for detainee affairs, made his mother proud on Thursday when he suggested CEOs should shun law firms that provide legal representation for Guantánamo detainees. Could we call the lawyers "unlawful legal enemies"?

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