April 29, 2004
Not Very Old, But Gold
In Nod To 9/11 Commission, American Courts To Start Recording Trial Testimony On Napkins
The 9/11 Commission's apparent acceptance of President Bush's offer to testify jointly with Dick Cheney has "revolutionized the taking of testimony in courts everywhere," said legal expert Prof. Dozey Doats. . . .
I posted this too early, it seems, back at a time when the ever-caving Commission was going to be permitted to have one guy taking notes of Bush's testimony. (Now they're going to have rely upon hypnotically-assisted recall and past lives regression.)

Just when you thought the Commission had grown a spine . . .

Posted by Tom Burka at 12:04 PM in Old But Gold