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To most of us, a declined pointer is asking for more mph, but this one only starts to close on flat at extralegal speeds.
That’s what’s so bruising about Mr. Cosby’s stab at extralegal self-exoneration.
The sheriff, a lone defender of the rule of law, stands them off, refusing to give in to the mob’s demand for extralegal justice.
Agencies should not be able to interfere with the exercise of free speech and other constitutional rights in secretive and extralegal ways.
Neuwirth gets the lowdown on the low life by becoming a resident of four of the most happening squatopolises: the thriving extralegal pockets of Istanbul, Mumbai, Nairobi, and Rio.
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