November 09, 2004

Too bad he didn't kill Frost. Then all of this would've been worth it: "I do not believe in over 18 years on the bench I have been faced with a case as bizarre as this one," said U.S. District Judge William Stiehl as he imposed the sentence 7.5 years.

posted by garfield to hockey at 02:25 PM - 5 comments

Your headline is pretty bizarre too. How is Danton/Jefferson any more sympathetic a figure than his svengali agent? Being really bad at arranging murder doesn't negate the fact you tried to have someone killed.

posted by rcade at 02:47 PM on November 09

True. Danton doesn't deserve any more sympathy than Frost. In my opinion, they are both reprehensible people. (though naturally I place more blame on the older, wiser, influential figure.) I just think alot of my time, and others', wouldn't have been wasted had he succeeded with his plot. Two birds, one stone, assuming he would've been caught promptly after the deed.

posted by garfield at 03:06 PM on November 09

rcade, et al, i'll tone it down. though i still think frost should be prosecuted for.......something.

posted by garfield at 04:59 PM on November 09

I was going to post a long rant. Instead, I'll wait until I calm down and then make a column for tomorrow.

posted by wfrazerjr at 05:17 PM on November 09

where's that column, yo?

posted by garfield at 12:13 PM on November 11

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