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Intentionally like a martyr: the ballad of Kyle Duncan

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Let us assume for the sake of argument that some of the Stanford Law students at the Fed Soc talk being given by Trump 5CA hack Kyle Duncan went too far into “heckler’s veto” territory. I still think the bigger story here is the remarkable arrogance and contempt shown by Duncan after he got what he was clearly looking for:

I don’t think “civil discourse” is what Duncan was attempting to achieve here.

Speaking of offensive things, Duncan was the lawyer who argued that the New Orleans DA was not responsible for training prosecutors not to withhold material evidence, even though they routinely withheld material evidence. Personally I find using egregious due process violations to put people on death row for crimes they didn’t commit even worse than rude college students, but YMMV.

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