• June 12, 2013
An Outhouse Without Internet: Privacy's Last Refuge

An Outhouse Deep In the Woods Without Electricity or Internet: Privacy’s Last Refuge

Courts are paid for by tax-payers.  Laws “are and must be public.”  So when ex-Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura invokes Minnesota law and sues in U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota, how much of this proceeding should be private?  A lot less than has been the case, argues Leslie Davis, a retired U.S. Army veteran.  Not so fast, U.S. District Court Judge Arthur J. Boylan (D. Minn.) answered quickly…We will have to see whether Mr. Davis or anyone else follows the requisite process to intervene and shed the light of public view on more of the Ventura case.

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