Michelle Malkin has the story here. It is appalling. Blogger and former prosecutor in Arizona with a law license suspended for… well, I’m STILL not clear exactly what she did wrong, except try to prosecute some scummy people who then were let off by retired insider judges. Now the Bar appears to be trying to intimidate her into giving up speech rights, too. But, again, I can’t even begin to explain it all, which is why you MUST read Malkin’s piece.
NOTE: When I first wrote this, I mistakenly wrote that Ms. Alexander had been “disbarred.” That was in error. As Aaron Goldstein subsequently, and accurately, noted, she wasn’t disbarred; she just had her law license suspended for six months. It still seems an unfair punishment, based on my continuing review of the case. I completely agree with Aaron’s particular complaint that the punishment meted out to Ms. Alexander seems designed as a flagrant wet blanket on First Amendment speech rights.
I am re-posting this blog entry, which originally was posted Saturday early evening, in order to reflect the correction and my agreement with Aaron.
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