Randall is exonerated
captvanhalen at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 22:11:37 GMT 2007
Ever heard of the term "future truth?" Well, this is sort of like being able
to go back and say you never said the future truth.
Every heard of the term "bad analogies suck?" Yeah. Me too.
Lemme try again ... the records that show Randall was convicted of this
crime will always exist, but Randall can now say without lying that he was
never convicted of that crime.
See? This is why America is the best country. EVER! (Let the tomayto
On 3/5/07, Dave Cross <dave at dave.org.uk> wrote:
> Dirk Koopman wrote:
> > http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/03/05/intel_hacker_charges_quashed/
> I may be misunderstanding US law, but I don't believe that having the
> records sealed (which is what happened) is quite the same thing as being
> "exonerated" or having the charges "quashed" (which is what the Reg
> article claims.
> Mind you, the Reg article seems to have been written by someone who
> knows nothing at all about Randal. See, for example, the misspelling of
> his name and the claim that he has written only two books about Perl.
> I wonder if any of the Reg people subscribed to this list have any clout
> with the writers and can persuade them of the wisdom of actually
> checking the odd fact now and then :-)
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