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Injustice by DoJ

In yesterday’s Examiner, I did a four-part feature on the case of a mild-mannered would-be inventor imprisoned for 21 months because of an outrageous series of overreactions by the EPA and by the extremely left-leaning, officious, power-besotted Jacobins and Javerts at the Justice Department’s environmental unit. Be sure not just to read the link above, which is just one of the four stories, but to also follow the three links in the final paragraph of THAT story so as to read the other three. All of them are short, each under 600 words. This is important stuff — part of a joint effort of our friends at the Heritage Foundation, the Federalist Society, the Washington Legal Foundation, and CATO, in conjunction with the, uh, less conservative ACLU, ABA, National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, and others. The whole effort is called the Overcriminalization Project, and it is really important.

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